Over the last several decades, international arbitration has become for many a preferred method for dispute resolution in the global economy. Witness the growth in the number of arbitral institutions throughout the world and the marked increase in the diversity of its parties and practitioners.
Corporate counsel can gain an edge taking full advantage of the opportunities - and avoiding the pitfalls - of this dynamic dispute resolution process.
Professor William W. Park, the prolific author of authoritative treatises, books and articles on international arbitration and a prominent international arbitrator himself, will be among a distinguished group of panelists whwill present timely and critical information.
The topics will include among others:
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