BIAC International Arbitration Conference, February 23, 2018

BIAC – Bucharest International Court of Arbitration invites you to an international conference on arbitration topics on February 23, 2018, starting with 17:00, at the Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest, Aula Magna.

The conference takes place in the preamble of the Fifth Romanian BIAC Pre-moot, in the preparation for the International Arbitration Competition Willem C. Vis. The Pre-moot is organized by BIAC – Bucharest International Arbitration Court in partnership with the Vindobona Association for the Arbitration Promotion in Romania and the Faculty of Law of the University of Bucharest.

Agenda

16:30 Registration & welcome coffee

17:00 Welcoming Remarks

Mr. Dan Vișoiu, BIAC Secretary General

17:10 First Panel: Ethics in Arbitration

Moderator: Mrs. Ileana Smeureanu, Associate, Global Disputes, Jones Day France

–  Party Representation in International Arbitration – Mrs. Lucia Raimanová

The Role of Self-regulation – Mr. João Pedro Biazi

Liability of Arbitrators – Mr. Peter A. Barna

Does the Third-Party Funding Contract Alter the Rules of the Game? – Mrs. Cristina Florescu

18:30 Second Panel: The Future in Investment Arbitration

Moderator: Mr. Dan Vișoiu, BIAC Secretary General

Dealing with Corruption Allegations in Investor-State Arbitration – Mrs. Ileana Smeureanu

The Nationality of Investors: An Unresolved Issue – Mr. Lucian Ilie

Interplay of Local and International Law and Role of Local Counsel in International Investment Arbitration – Mr. András Dániel László

Factors influencing quantification of damage. Lessons from the past towards a more precise future – Mr. Vicu Buzac

19:50 Closing Remarks

20:00 Dinner Buffet & Networking


Presentations and discussions will be held in English.

Participation is free of charge, based on prior confirmation at contact@bucharestarbitration.org, until February 20, 2018.

More information about the Fifth Romanian BIAC Pre-moot can be found here.

 

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