Introducing the IBA Arbitration Committee's Insolvency and Arbitration Toolkit


Introducing the IBA Arbitration Committee's Toolkit on Insolvency and Arbitration

A webinar presented by the IBA Arbitration Committee

8 APR 2021 1300 - 1400 BST

This webinar will present the IBA Arbitration Committee's Toolkit on Insolvency and Arbitration, published in March 2021. The Toolkit examines the intersection of insolvency and arbitration proceedings in 19 different jursidictions and develops practical guidance for arbitrators, counsel, and parties in navigating this issue.

The presenters will discuss the purpose of the toolkit and its key areas of focus. They will present some of the thorny issues that arise when an arbitration is proceeding and one party enters into insolvency in the same or a different jursidiction. They will also discuss the (sometimes drastic) differences in perspective taken on this question in the various jursidictions surveyed for the Toolkit.

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Jennifer Permesly
Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom, New York

Alipak Banerjee
Nishith Desai Associates, New Delhi

Tosin Iyayi
Aluko & Oyebode, Lagos

Felipe Ossa
Claro y Cia, Santiago

Dr Manuel Penades
King´s College, London