28 Juni 2021

28 Juni 2021

13:00

Online

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5th ICC European Conference on International Arbitration

über die Veranstaltung

  • Programm
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13:00 – 14:00 CEST Euro-vision: a year in review

By considering a variety of European jurisdictions, this rapid-fire panel session will comment and analyse key trends and developments that took place over the past year, from legislative changes to setting aside the enforcement of arbitral awards.

  • Lorraine de GerminyPartner, LALIVE (London) LLP, United Kingdom
  • Sebastiano NessiCounsel, Schellenberg Wittmer Ltd, Switzerland; ICC YAF Representative for Europe and Russia
  • Olga HamamaPartner, V29 Legal, Germany; CAS Arbitrator
  • Silvia Martínez SastreCounsel, Hogan Lovells International LLP, Spain

Chaired by:

  • Hjordis Birna HjartardottirCounsel, ICC International Court of Arbitration, Paris
14:00 – 14:30 Networking break
14:30 – 14:50 Welcome addresses

  • Alexis MourrePresident, ICC International Court of Arbitration, Paris
  • Alexander G. FessasSecretary General, ICC International Court of Arbitration; Director, ICC Dispute Resolution Services, Paris
14:50 – 15:30 Fire-side chat

  • George A. BermannGellhorn Professor of Law & Jean Monnet Professor of European Union Law, Director, Center for International Commercial and Investment Arbitration (CICIA), Co-Director, European Legal Studies Center, Columbia University School of Law, United States
  • Claudia T. SalomonPresident-Elect, ICC International Court of Arbitration, Paris
15:30 – 15:45 Networking break
15:45 – 16:45 Panel Discussion: Business and Human Rights Arbitration

This panel will address developments in legislation, case-law and remedies in business and human rights since the UN Guiding principles on business and human rights were published 10 years ago, notably:

1) Recent changes at the remedies’ stage: latest developments and trends in European legislation and case law regarding business human rights (except with regards to human rights at sea) including, inter alia, the move away from soft law and voluntary compliance, the increase in cases filed before courts and changes in the latter approach, showing that the paradigm is shifting. Some of the aspects that had been identified as reasons for companies not to use BHR arbitration are undergoing relevant modifications.

  • Claire BrightAssistant Professor in Private Law, Director of the Nova Centre on Business, Human Rights and the Environment, Nova School of Law, Portugal

2) Human rights at sea arbitration: latest developments in terms of rules will be evoked, notably the idea to create specific arbitration rules for this, and why companies may have an interest to use arbitration in the context of business and human rights disputes at sea.

  • Alexander MarcopoulosCounsel, Shearman & Sterling LLP, France

3) Using the Hague Rules on Business and Human Rights Arbitration to solve business and human rights disputes: presentation of the Hague Rules, the advantages and difficulties of using them, some of the criticism, the possibility that these rules can be administered by any institution, including the ICC, or combined with other institutions’ rules.

  • Ursula KriebaumProfessor for Public International Law, Department of European, International and Comparative Law University of Vienna, Austria; Member, Drafting Team of the Hague Rules on Business and Human Rights Arbitration; Member, Permanent Court of Arbitration, The Hague

Chaired by:

  • Marney L. CheekPartner, Covington & Burling LLP, United States
16:45 – 17:00

Networking break

17:00 – 18:00 Debate: “This House believes that…

1)…artificial intelligence and big data will substantially affect the work of arbitration counsel and arbitrators in the next 10 years”;

  • Charles KaplanPartner, Orrick, France
  • Malgorzata SurdekPartner, CMS, Poland; Alternate Member, ICC International Court of Arbitration

2)… mediation works and it is time for us to make it compulsory”;

  • Hannah TümpelLawyer and Mediator; Deputy Executive Director, UWC International, London
  • Kai-Uwe KarlGlobal Chief Litigation Counsel, GE Renewable Energy, United Kingdom

3)… summary dispositions allow arbitral tribunals to render decisions on discrete issues, saving the parties time and cost”.

  • Elena Gutierrez Garcia de CortazarIndependent Arbitrator & Professor of Law, France
  • Michael PolkinghornePartner, International Arbitration, White & Case LLP, France; Council Member, ICC Institute of World Business Law

Chaired by:

  • Sophie J. Lamb QC, Partner, Global Co-Chair of the International Arbitration Practice, Latham & Watkins LLP, United Kingdom; Member, ICC International Court of Arbitration
18:00 – 18:05 Closing

  • Laetitia de MontalivetDirector, Arbitration and ADR, Europe, ICC International Court of Arbitration, Paris

We thank our 5th ICC Programme Committee

Rouven F. Bodenheimer Rechtsanwalt, Partner, Chartered Arbitrator, BODENHEIMER, Germany
Filipa Cansado Carvalho Arbitrator, Mediator, FCC Arb, Portugal
Ferdinando Emanuele Partner, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, Italy
Maria Hauser-Morel Counsel, Hanefeld, France
Alison Pearsall Senior Group Counsel, Veolia Environment, France
Michael Young QC Partner, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP, France; Vice-President, ICC International Court of Arbitration
George A. Bermann Gellhorn Professor of Law & Jean Monnet Professor of European Union Law, Director, Center for International Commercial and Investment Arbitration (CICIA), Co-Director, European Legal Studies Center, Columbia University School of Law, United States
Claire Bright Assistant Professor in Private Law, Director of the Nova Centre on Business, Human Rights and the Environment,Nova School of Law, Portugal
Marney L. Cheek Partner, Covington & Burling LLP, United States
Alexander G. Fessas Secretary General, ICC International Court of Arbitration; Director, ICC Dispute Resolution Services, Paris
Lorraine de Germiny Partner, LALIVE (London) LLP, United Kingdom
Elena Gutierrez Garcia de Cortazar Independent Arbitrator & Professor of Law, France
Olga Hamama Partner, V29 Legal, Germany; CAS Arbitrator
Hjordis Birna Hjartardottir Counsel, ICC International Court of Arbitration, Paris
Charles Kaplan Partner, Orrick, France
Kai-Uwe Karl Global Chief Litigation Counsel, GE Renewable Energy, United Kingdom
Ursula Kriebaum Professor for Public International Law, Department of European, International and Comparative Law University of Vienna, Austria; Member, Drafting Team of the Hague Rules on Business and Human Rights Arbitration; Member, Permanent Court of Arbitration, The Hague
Sophie J. Lamb QC Partner, Global Co-Chair of the International Arbitration Practice, Latham & Watkins LLP, United Kingdom; Member, ICC International Court of Arbitration
Alexander Marcopoulos Counsel, Shearman & Sterling LLP, France
Silvia Martínez Sastre Counsel, Hogan Lovells International LLP, Spain
Laetitia de Montalivet Director, Arbitration and ADR, Europe, ICC International Court of Arbitration, Paris
Alexis Mourre President, ICC International Court of Arbitration, Paris
Sebastiano Nessi Counsel, Schellenberg Wittmer Ltd, Switzerland; ICC YAF Representative for Europe and Russia
Michael Polkinghorne Partner, International Arbitration, White & Case LLP, France; Council Member, ICC Institute of World Business Law
Claudia T. Salomon President-Elect, ICC International Court of Arbitration, Paris
Malgorzata Surdek Partner, CMS, Poland; Alternate Member, ICC International Court of Arbitration
Hannah Tümpel Lawyer and Mediator; Deputy Executive Director, UWC International, London
Datum und Veranstaltungsort 5. ICC-Europakonferenz

Termin: 28. Juni 2021

Uhrzeit: 13:00 – 18:05 CET

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