Eastern European Dispute Resolution Forum has been reinvented in “Arbitration weekend”
On the eve of EEDRF-2017 there will be held two free meetings in Minsk city which primarily oriented toward to those specialists that are interested in arbitration
SBH Law Office which is organizational partner of the Easter European Dispute Resolution Forum (EEDRF) invites to take part in two free satellite-meetings that will be held on 21 September 2017 in Minsk Marriot Hotel at address: Pobediteley avenue, 20 (conference hall “Albatross”).
On the programme: the seminar “Innovations in the 2017 SCC Rules: Costs and Time-saving mechanisms” starts at 9.30 a.m. On 1 January 2017 a new version of the SCC Arbitration Rules entered into force. While maintaining continuity of what could be described as the essence of an SCC arbitration, the new SCC Arbitration Rules introduce a number of noteworthy improvements aimed at efficiency of arbitral proceedings, including summary procedure, joinder of third parties and handling of multiple claims in a single arbitration. The participants will have an opportunity to acquaint themselves and to discuss the details of the SCC’s innovative procedures as well as to attend a mock session featuring the SCC emergency procedure.
The seminar will be held in English. Among the invited guests: representatives of international law firms, corporate lawyers, specialists in the field of litigation and arbitration from the Baltic countries, CIS and Europe. Register. Take a look at the programme.
After 3 p.m. there will be held colloquium “Alternative to IBA Rules on the taking of evidence: benefit or time wasting?” During the Colloquium the presentation of the new rules on the taking of evidence in international arbitration concept will be organized (working name – “The Paris Rules”). The principles of inquisitive model of justice, aimed at effective arbitration proceedings, minimization of financial and time costs, adapting the procedure of international arbitration for dispute resolution with a low amount of the claim will be laid down in the basis of the Paris Rules. The development and implementation of such rules correspond with the current needs of business that criticize international arbitration for its time and cost consuming. Register.