Attitudes toward judicial interventions in investment and commercial international arbitration vary across Latin American states. Some states lean toward more autonomy from national courts while other states tend to allow for greater intervention. This event is aimed at exploring different perspectives on the relationship between international arbitral proceedings and national courts throughout the region. Lunch will be served.
Mauricio González Cuervo, Director of the Bogotá Chamber of Commerce’s Arbitration Center and Former Chief Justice of Colombia’s Constitutional Court
Horacio Grigera Naón, Director of the Center on International Commercial Arbitration at American University - Washington College of Law and Independent Arbitrator
Álvaro Galindo, International Counsel, Dechert LLP