International Commercial Arbitration in Latin America: The ICC Perspective

Venue: The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach

Location: Miami, Florida, United States

Event Date/Time: Nov 01, 2009 End Date/Time: Nov 03, 2009
Registration Date: Oct 30, 2009
Early Registration Date: Aug 28, 2009
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Description

As approaches to key issues may differ from one region to another, the success of an arbitration greatly depends on a good understanding of local legal cultures and attitudes. This conference
is a key forum for understanding international commercial arbitration in Latin America and aims to shed light on the latest developments in the region. ICC will gather some of the world’s leading scholars and practitioners as speakers for this important event. Participants will have the rare opportunity to learn firsthand from these leading experts through presentations and a mock case.

Who should attend?
Practicing lawyers, corporate counsel, arbitrators, mediators, academics, as well as any professional who do business in Latin America and the Caribbean, wishing to increase their understanding of international commercial arbitration in the region.

Venue

One Lincoln Road
Miami
Florida
United States
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Additional Information

Until Friday 28 August 2009 - Early-bird special: Conference only US$ 920 for ICC/USCIB members US$ 1 020 for non-members US$ 270 for accompanying person (see point 2 below) Conference + ICC Meeting for Young Arbitrators US$ 1 040 for ICC/USCIB members US$ 1 140 for non-members After Friday 28 August 2009: Conference only US$ 1 050 for ICC/USCIB members US$ 1 200 for non-members US$ 270 for accompanying person (see point 2 below) Conference + ICC Meeting for Young Arbitrators US$ 1 170 for ICC/USCIB members US$ 1 320 for non-members ICC Meeting for Young Arbitrators only US$ 140 Registration fees include: 1. Conference: all conference activities including documentation, lunches and coffee breaks, Sunday reception and dinner on Monday. 2. Accompanying person's fee: Sunday reception and dinner on Monday (sessions and networking lunches are restricted to participants only). 3. ICC Meeting for Young Arbitrators: all meeting activities including documentation, coffee break and Sunday reception.

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