***We regret to inform you that, after careful consideration of the current health risks concerning the Corona-virus (COVID-19), which is now considered a pandemic, we have decided to postpone the seminar until further notice.
We are working to find a new date later this year, possibly after the main summer holidays in the months of September/October. We will advise you of a new date as soon as reasonably practical.
We hope to welcome you later this year***
CIArb's European Branch - Netherlands Chapter invites you to the event 'Cultural Differences in Advocacy in International Arbitration', a panel discussion on various topics of evidence in international arbitration.
The main topic of this event is how advocacy can be affected by Cultural Differences between parties, counsel and arbitrators or mediators where it comes to international dispute resolution. Approaching the opposing party or the arbitrator, conducting negotiations, witness examinations and oral hearings.
The panel consists of:
The panel is moderated by:
- Marijke Lengyel MCIArb, Chair of the Netherlands Chapter and senior counsel with Conway & Partners, Rotterdam
- Niels van Loon FCIArb, Counsel Global Disputes with Jones Day, Amsterdam
Venue sponsors: The event is hosted by Jones Day Amsterdam
Registration - 3:30pm
Lecture - 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Drinks reception - 6:00pm onwards
Cost(s): Attendance to this event is free of charge for CIArb members and non-members, but pre-registration is required.
Booking: Please book your place by sending your name, title, member status (if applicable), address, telephone number and email address to Marijke Lengyel MCIArb, Chair of CIArb's Netherlands Chapter, at firstname.lastname@example.org.