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3rd ICC European Conference on International Arbitration - Public Interest and the Future of Arbitration: Lessons from Europe

April 1, 2019

Les Salons Hoche
9 Avenue Hoche
75008 Paris

This conference, an official event of Paris Arbitration Week, is for arbitration professionals who want to keep up to date on the latest institutional developments and the evolution of arbitration in Europe.

Key Themes:

  • Intra-European vs. extra-European means for settling investor-State disputes.
  • Safeguarding international, European, and domestic mandatory rules by arbitral tribunals—practical implications.
  • The long arm of State justice: Managing documentary evidence obtained through a State's special powers—ICC experience.

Anna Masser, a Global Disputes partner in Jones Day's Frankfurt Office, will join the discussion on the first panel, "Euro-vision: a year in review." Examining a variety of European jurisdictions, the panel will comment on and analyze key trends and developments over the past year, from legislative changes to setting aside and enforcing arbitral awards. This discussion will be followed by the event's keynote speech, given by Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf, president of the International Court of Justice, The Hague.

Please visit the ICC's website for more information.


Registration for this event is required. Please register directly on the event website.