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Time and Cost Efficiency in International Arbitration: A Practicum / November 8, 2019, Bucharest

Young International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA) in Romania organises

Time and Cost Efficiency in International Arbitration: A Practicum

Bucharest, Iordache Partners, Calea Moșilor 21

November 8, 2019

Agenda
14:00-14:30 Registration and coffee
14:30-14:45 Opening Remarks
14:45-15:15 Key Note Speech – Philippe Pinsolle, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, Paris/Geneva
15:15-16:15 Panel 1: Achieving efficiency and minimizing costs in international arbitration: the role of the actors and institutions – moderated by Chris Campbell, Baker Hughes, Florence
The problem (intro into the subject) – Denis Parchajev, Motieka & Audzevičius, Vilnius
The role of the arbitrators and of the arbitral institutions – Théobald Naud, DLA Piper Paris
The role of the parties and counsels – Cristina Milincianu, ARBLIT Radicati di Brozolo Sabatini Benedettelli Torsello, Milan
16:15-16:30 Coffee Break
16:30-17:30 Panel 2: Achieving efficiency and minimizing costs in international arbitration: tools and tips – moderated by Lucian Ilie, Reed Smith LLP, London
The available procedural tools to minimize costs – Nhu-Hoang Tran Thang, Lalive, Geneva
Prague Rules/IBA Rules. Is “soft law” the solution? – Adrian Iordache, Iordache Partners, Bucharest
Artificial Intelligence – the ultimate solution? – Tejas Shiroor, Eversheds, Paris
17:30-17:45 Wrap up and Closing remarks
18:00-19:00 Cocktail reception

This event will take place in English and is hosted and sponsored by Iordache Partners, Calea Moșilor 21, București 030141, Romania. A coffee-break is included, and the Workshop will be followed by a cocktail reception to provide a networking opportunity to the participants and faculty in a relaxed atmosphere.

Additional information
Thanks to the generosity of ReedSmith LLP, accommodation will be provided for 10 Young ICCA members free of charge (on a room sharing basis).

Application and registration
There are 50 spots available and 20 of them are reserved for Young ICCA members. Participants will generally be confirmed on a first come first served basis.

If you wish to participate, please send your CV and indicate whether you would like to attend the cocktail reception after the event to yiccabucharest2019@youngicca.org under the subject line “Young ICCA Bucharest Skills Training Workshop”. Please also indicate whether you would like to apply for accommodation.

All participants are expected to bear their costs of transportation to, from and within Bucharest, as well as incidental expenses. They are further responsible for any necessary visa arrangements.

Steering Committee
Lucian Ilie, ReedSmith, London, Raluca Danes, Iordache Partners, Bucharest, Andreea Nica, Sidley Austin LLP, Geneva Kindly guided by: Camilla Gambarini, Young ICCA Co-Chair, Withers LLP, London and Rahul Donde, Young ICCA Global Events Director, Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler, Geneva.

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