28 October 2013 - Bridging Cultures in Arbitration - A Special Focus on Asia and Europe
Resolving international commercial disputes by arbitration is a global task. People involved in such disputes often expect the case to be resolved "their way". But there are different ways how arbitrators and parties approach proceedings in different parts of the world. Even the same arbitration rules may be applied differently, depending on the origin of the participants and the place of arbitration. Thus, to manage and reconcile diverse cultural expectations in an arbitration case is a true challenge that every international arbitration practitioner should be aware of.
This multi-cultural conference, organized by the IPBA and major Asian and European arbitration institutions, has a truly global reach. Four culturally mixed panels will help you to sharpen your mind for this particular aspect of international commercial arbitration. You will develop the special skills needed to manage varied cultural expectations, and you may share your own experiences with the panel members and other participants.
As a co-sponsoring institution, CEAC cordially invites its members to participate in this exciting conference.
More information available at www.arbitration.asia