Hamid Gharavi will speak at the 40th ICC Institute Annual Conference “Overriding mandatory rules and compliance in international arbitration”, organised by the ICC Institute of World Business Law. This conference will be held virtually on 3 and 4 December 2020.
Melanie van Leeuwen will speak at the Arbitrating with non-participants respondents: pitfalls and best practices” ICC webinar on 5 November 2020.
Yves Derains has been chosen together with Bernardo Cremades for the launching of the video series of “Diálogos a la Carta” initiated by the Club Español del Arbitraje. The series of ”Diálogos a la Carta” will be led by major figures of arbitration. Please follow this link to watch the first edition of the series.
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In the framework of the Paris International Arbitration Week 2020, Derains & Gharavi will be hosting a webinar, entitled:
“Get your act together: Everything you need to know about data protection in international arbitration.”
Format: Tylney Hall type webinar (based on topics submitted by delegates prior to the webinar)
- Kathleen Paisley
- Melanie van Leeuwen
- Alexander Fessas – Secretary General, ICC Court of Arbitration (Paris)
- Charlie Morgan – Digital Law Lead, Herbert Smith Freehills (London)
- Xavier Favre-Bulle – Partner, Lenz & Staehelin (Geneva)
- Emily Hay – Senior Associate, Hanotiau Van den Berg (Brussels)
- Dr. Claudia Götz – Partner, Kellerhals Carrard (Basel)
Date & Time: Tuesday 7 July 2020
From: 16h00 – 18h30
For registration, please send an email with your name and affiliation to Geertje Foucault (firstname.lastname@example.org). Limited places available.
Confirmation of registration is conditioned upon the provision of at least one topic or question for discussion during the webinar.
Melanie van Leeuwen will speak at the Webinar “Commercial Arbitration In Times of COVID-19: The Ability to Adapt” organised by The Netherlands Arbitration Institute (NAI) and Young NAI on 18 June 2020.