Date: December 3, 2019, 5:30 - 7:00 pm



Location: ICSID's offices in Washington, D.C. (and online)*


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Please join us for a dynamic and interactive discussion with the authors of a new book examining the different approaches and innovations offered by major international arbitration regimes for the resolution of international investment and commercial disputes.     


The International Arbitration Rulebook: A Guide to Arbitral Regimes is the first of its kind to undertake a comparative examination of the similarities and differences in the ways that the major international arbitration regimes around the world resolve international arbitration cases.  From commencement of the arbitration through the issuance of an Award, the book covers the different approaches taken by the rules of ICSID, UNCITRAL, CIETAC, HKIAC, ICC, ICDR, LCIA, SCC and SIAC.

Drawing on their many decades of experience acting as counsel, arbitrators, and teachers in the field of international arbitration—as well as the lessons learned through the writing of the book—the authors will engage the audience on the different approaches taken by major arbitral regimes on topics such as confidentiality; selection of arbitrators; expedited procedures; mediation-arbitration; emergency relief; and summary procedures.  The authors will also address the different innovations and rule changes undertaken by major arbitral regimes on issues ranging from transparency to timeliness and cost. 


Moderator
Meg Kinnear


Speakers
Arif Hyder Ali
Jane Wessel
Alexandre de Gramont
Ryan Mellske


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* The event will be webcast. When registering, please note whether you plan to attend in person or online.