ICC YAF: The Arbitration Convention

14 Dec 2019

Douala French

This event has as the objective to bring together young practitioners and explain to them the framework of an arbitration convention and how to properly draft the arbitration clause to avoid undesired effects.

- Define arbitration convention

- Arbitrability of public actors

- How to avoid pathological clauses

- How to avoid arbitration clauses

Who should attend?

The event is open to young practitioners of 40 or less interested in arbitration and wanting to learn about the framework of the arbitration convention.

 

09:00-09:30

Arrival and registration of participants

09:30-09:35

Keyword and presentation of the ICC YAF

09:35-09:40

Presentation of the panel by the moderator

09:40-10:00

The autonomy of the arbitration convention

10:00-10:20

Arbitrability of public actors

10:20-10:30

Question and Answers session

10:30- 10:45

Break

10:45-11:05

Pathological arbitration clauses

11:05-11:25

Effects of arbitration convention

11:25-11:35

Questions and Answers session

11:35-11:45

Closing remarks

11:45-12:00

Networking

Sylvie Bebohi Ebongo, Esq

Phd in law, Paris Bar Certificate, Avocat au barreau de Paris, in charge of research in APAA

Batonnier Jackson Ngnie Kamga

Partner NGNIE KAMGA & PARTNERS mas firm

Achille Ngwanza

Member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, Partner JUS AFRICA

Marie-Andrée Ngwe, Esq.

Barrister at the Cameroon Bar/Mediator/Arbitrator

Anne-Marie Tolen Ngon

Partner of African Executive Advisor, consultant Oil & Gas, Maritime transport, référence Arbitrator at CMAG

Venue:

Planet Hotel, Douala, Cameroun

For further information, please contact: 

Aurélia Sylvia, Mafongo KAMGA

ICCYAF Representative

Tel. +237 699 35 72 70

Organiser

Sponsor

NGNIE Kamga & Partners