University of New Hampshire

School of Law

International Arbitration: Solving Commercial Disputes in a Global Economy

Come learn from practitioners about how businesses solve cross border disputes.

The program is being offered by the United States Council on International Business, the International Chamber of Commerce, and the University of New Hampshire School of Law.

This seminar is free, open to the public, and will be of special interest to students, lawyers, in-house counsels, and professionals involved in dispute settlements.  To register, click here.

Presenters include:

  • Suzanne Ulicny
    Deputy Director, Arbitration & ADR/North America
    International Court of Arbitration®
     
  • Andrew Vorkink
    UNH Law School Adjunct Professor, Public International Law

Topics covered:

  • The increasing use of international arbitration by the business community, including involving IP disputes
     
  • International dispute resolution from the vantage point of a general counsel
     
  • The increasing use of international arbitration by the business community
     
  • Differences between international litigation and international arbitration
     
  • The role of international arbitration institutions such as the ICC in the arbitration process
     
  • The keys to a successful international arbitration contract clause
     
  • The importance of understanding international arbitration for law students and lawyers alike


A question and answer session, and a reception with panelists will follow the speaking program.
 

Questions? please contact:

Hilary McMurray
hmcmurray@nixonpeabody.com
617-345-6131


Reception to follow sponsored by Nixon Peabody.

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