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Cross-border commercial disputes under the Code of Best Practices in Mediation of the Club Español del Arbitraje

Club Español del Arbitraje - ARBIT

Wednesday, June 27, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM (CEST)

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Cross-border commercial disputes under the Code of Best Practices in Mediation of the Club Español del Arbitraje

The event is kindly hosted by UNIDROIT  

With the support of the CEA Mujeres 

 

9:00 – 9:30     Registration of participants

9:30    Welcome remarks

  • Alberto Mazzoni, President of the UNIDROIT Governing Council
  • Patrizia Sangalli, Vice-President of the Italian Chapter of the CEA
  • Giacomo Rojas Elgueta, Co-Chair of ARBIT
  • Mercedes Tarrazón Rodón, Chair of the Mediation Commission of the CEA

10:00   Mediation in international commercial disputes: When, What, How

Moderated by Emma Morales, Linklaters, Madrid

  • The coexistence of statutory rules, mediation rules and best practices
  • Vanessa Foncke, Jones Day, Brussels
  • Starting a mediation: dos and don’ts
  • Alya Ladjimi, ICC, Paris
  • Multi-step clauses: when and how to use them
  • Isabelle Vaugon, Fidal, Paris

 

11:15   The Code of Best Practices in Mediation of the CEA: an instrument that goes beyond Spain

Moderated by Mercedes Tarrazón Rodón, CEA Commission on Mediation, Dispute Management, Barcelona

  • The views of the arbitrator
  • Clifford Hendel, Araoz & Rueda, Madrid
  • The views of the in-house counsels
  • Juan Carlos Calvo Corbella, Urbaser, Madrid
  • The views of the Third-Party Funder
  • Wieger Wielinga,Omni BridgeWay, Amsterdam
  • The views of mediation institution
  • Nicola Giudice, Milan Arbitration Chamber CAM, Milan
  • Alya Ladjimi, ICC, Paris

12:45   Conclusive remarks

  • Mercedes Tarrazón Rodón, Chair of the Mediation Commission of the CEA

 

The event is free of charge.

Available places are allocated on a “first come – first served” basis.

Have questions about Cross-border commercial disputes under the Code of Best Practices in Mediation of the Club Español del Arbitraje? Contact Club Español del Arbitraje - ARBIT

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UNIDROIT
28 Via Panisperna
00184 Roma
Italy

Wednesday, June 27, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM (CEST)


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Club Español del Arbitraje - ARBIT

The Club Español del Arbitraje ("CEA" or the "Club") is a Spanish not for profit association whose aim is to promote arbitration as a means of conflict resolution and to develop arbitration in the Spanish and Portuguese languages or with a Latin-American component. It was founded in 2005 by a group of professionals specialised in international arbitration. The Club, presided by Juan Fernández-Armesto, boasts more than 1000 members in 42 countries, all experts in arbitration, who have contributed to the consolidation of an international Spanish and Portuguese speaking arbitration community. All natural persons specialised in this subject and who share the goals of the Club, regardless of their nationality or place of residence, are invited to join the CEA. The CEA promotes its aims via its 29 International Chapters in Europe, America and Asia: in Argentina and Uruguay, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Germany and Austria, France, Guatemala, Holland, Honduras, Italy, Mexico, Nordic-Baltic, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Poland and Ukraine, Portugal, United Kingdom, United States (Florida and New York-Washington DC), Switzerland and Venezuela. Furthermore, new Chapters are being constituted on several continents.

ArbIt originates from an initiative taken by a group of young Italian practitioners specialised in international arbitration and alternative methods of disputes resolution. ArbIt’s main objective is to promote arbitration as an effective tool of resolving international disputes and developing its culture and ethos in Italy and abroad. During the last twenty years, commercial arbitration and investment arbitration have witnessed an exceptional development worldwide. In Italy, this growth was only partially registered since arbitration developed slower than in other places. ArbIt’s promoters are convinced that the commitment by Italian professionals is vital for the progress of the arbitration practice and the improvement of the national legal framework.

 

 

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