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All New and All Better? – The Quest for New Models of Commercial Dispute Resolution

2016-11-08 | By: Jana Stelz, Head of Communications / Press Spokeswoman
Ankündigung EBS Arbitration Day 2016

In the current TTIP and CETA negotiations dispute resolution is a central question. The EBS Law School Arbitration Day on 18 November 2016 focuses on the quest and assessment for improved systems of arbitration.


No major arbitral institution has yet fully reformed its arbitration rules, though appropriate improvements of these systems are long overdue. Accordingly, the EBS Law School Arbitration Day is concerned with the contemporary resolving of international commercial disputes and a necessary reform and evolution of arbitration rules.

Is there a need of a European commercial court, in view of international trade agreements such as the Transatlantic and Investment Partnership (TTIP)? Could it be worthwhile taking a look at important arbitral bodies such as the Iran-United States Tribunal, which works (secretly) behind the scenes influencing the world of arbitration? “From New Rules to New Courts: The Quest for Improved Systems of Arbitration” – under this heading the EBS Law School Arbitration Day gives a greater understanding of dispute resolution and deals with instruments of internationally unified law that govern cross-border commercial transactions.

The EBS Law School Arbitration Day is hosted by the Research Center for Transnational Commercial Dispute Resolution (TCDR) at the EBS Law School in cooperation with Clifford Chance.

Topics & Speakers:

  • Dispute Resolution in Asia: Dominated by the Singaporean Merlion? Claudia Annacker, Cleary Gottlieb, Paris; Simon Greenberg, Clifford Chance, Paris; Elan Krishna, Clifford Chance, Singapore
  • The Iran-United States Claims Tribunal: a role model for international arbitration? Dr. Christina Hoss, Iran-US Claims Tribunal, Den Haag
  • TTIP and CETA: On a Road to Nowhere or to Success? Dr. Hubertus Bardt, Cologne Institute for Economic Research (IDW); Prof. Dr. R. Alexander Lorz, Secretary for Public Education, State of Hesse, Wiesbaden; Representative from the U.S. Consulate Frankfurt; Prof. Dr. André Schmidt, EBS Business School/University Witten-Herdecke; Prof. Dr. Mathias Wolkewitz, Wintershall AG, Kassel

Moderators: Prof. Dr. Matthias Weller, EBS Law School and Dr. Alexandra Diehl, LL.M., Clifford Chance, Frankfurt

Date and Place: 18 November 2016, 2 p.m., Lecture Room “Sydney”, EBS Law School, Wiesbaden

For detailed information please consult the event brochure attached.

Looking forward to seeing you!

Please help us planning the event by registering via claudia.mueller@ebs.edu.

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