WEBINARS

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Following general (operational, economic, financial) understanding of a corporate projects, this overview summarizes the steps toward international contracting in a high-level overview with regard to the “Six Lessons Learned from a 2021 Survey with In-House Counsels of ACC/ILAN conducted as an ACC/Primerus International Contract Project”, as discussed between the leadership of both Primerus IPC Committee and ACC ILAN.

Acc Webinar Guideline

Following general (operational, economic, financial) understanding of a corporate projects, this overview summarizes the steps toward international contracting in a high-level overview with regard to the “Six Lessons Learned from a 2021 Survey with In-House Counsels of ACC/ILAN conducted as an ACC/Primerus International Contract Project”, as discussed between the leadership of both Primerus IPC Committee and ACC ILAN.

Litigation and arbitration have advantages and disadvantages depending on the specifics of the legal matter and the needs of the parties involved. Choosing a method of dispute resolution depends on the strategy needed to obtain the best possible outcome. There is no clear cut formula that clearly identifies the best forum for the respective matter, but consulting with an experienced commercial litigation attorney will help to consider the options.

Acc Webinar Arbitration

Litigation and arbitration have advantages and disadvantages depending on the specifics of the legal matter and the needs of the parties involved. Choosing a method of dispute resolution depends on the strategy needed to obtain the best possible outcome. There is no clear cut formula that clearly identifies the best forum for the respective matter, but consulting with an experienced commercial litigation attorney will help to consider the options.

Globalization and the growing international dependency of commerce have led to a rapid rise of complex multi-party and multi-contract disputes. In this webinar, OBLIN lawyers Sharon Schmidt and Neva Cirkveni discuss the challenges and concerns raised by these disputes in the context of international commercial arbitration. Not only do they examine the issues encountered from a theoretical perspective, but they also offer key considerations and practical guidance to arbitration practitioners active in various jurisdictions.

Webinar Mastering International Arbitration Navigating Multi Party and Multi Contract Issues 1

Globalization and the growing international dependency of commerce have led to a rapid rise of complex multi-party and multi-contract disputes. In this webinar, OBLIN lawyers Sharon Schmidt and Neva Cirkveni discuss the challenges and concerns raised by these disputes in the context of international commercial arbitration. Not only do they examine the issues encountered from a theoretical perspective, but they also offer key considerations and practical guidance to arbitration practitioners active in various jurisdictions.

OBLIN lawyers Sharon Schmidt and Neva Cirkveni give an overview of the differences between commercial arbitrations done in common law and civil law countries, respectively. The presentation covers basic procedural questions as well as specific topics of interest, always comparing common to civil law “approaches”. Concrete issues discussed include (i) (dis-)advantages of arbitration compared to court litigation in each legal tradition; (ii) selection of jurisdiction, institution and applicable substantive law; (iii) funding, tribunal selection and procedure incl. (virtual) hearings; and (iv) award enforcement incl. asset tracing and freezing.

Webinar Arbitration is Common and Civil

OBLIN lawyers Sharon Schmidt and Neva Cirkveni give an overview of the differences between commercial arbitrations done in common law and civil law countries, respectively. The presentation covers basic procedural questions as well as specific topics of interest, always comparing common to civil law “approaches”. Concrete issues discussed include (i) (dis-)advantages of arbitration compared to court litigation in each legal tradition; (ii) selection of jurisdiction, institution and applicable substantive law; (iii) funding, tribunal selection and procedure incl. (virtual) hearings; and (iv) award enforcement incl. asset tracing and freezing.