The fundamentals of international legal business practice:
revisiting best practices to navigate through changing times
Part 2: Resolution of cross border disputes
This is part two of a six-part training series presented by the India Working Group of the IBA Asia Pacific Regional Forum, and the IBA Young Lawyers’ Committee.
International commercial arbitration has long been the favoured mode of cross-border dispute resolution. This session will emphasise best practices in international arbitration, including recording evidence and recognising and enforcing a foreign award in accordance with the New York Convention and the Geneva Convention. The session will also deal with issues and challenges that have an impact on institutional arbitration and ad-hoc arbitration.
Topics will include:
- General landscape of International Arbitration and Enforcement of Foreign Awards;
- The importance of drafting a sound arbitration clause: Essential ingredients and pitfalls of Friday-evening clauses;
- Arbitrability of a Dispute: What disputes are arbitrable and which ones are not?;
- Role of Technology in Arbitration: Modern practices for recording of evidence, virtual document sharing, real time transcription etc.
Part 1: Building your profile and network at the IBA - 3 February
Part 3: Cross border investments M&A and joint ventures - 10 February
Part 4: Data privacy - 11 February
Part 5: Law firm of the future - 17 February
Part 6: International outreach vs. protectionism - 18 February
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