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International Commercial Arbitration Course

Course Objectives :

The course is designed to provide students with the necessary analytical tools to develop policy, legal strategy, and practical legal solutions in the resolution of complex disputes. A prior study of international law, civil procedure, and economics is preferred but not necessary.

International Commercial Arbitration Electronic Arbitration Cours

Course Objectives :

Electronic commerce is experiencing continued rapid growth, and contractual practices are constantly changing. To keep abreast of disputes that might be referred to them, legal professionals must develop their analytical spirit and rigorously apply known, proven concepts to this new phenomenon.

The objective of this course is therefore not only to provide exhaustive knowledge that needs constantly to be kept up to date, but also to stress that electronic activities lend themselves to a methodical approach. The aim is to show that international commercial arbitration law can cope with the peculiarities of electronic commerce, even if these peculiarities (especially dematerialization) have an impact on the methods of dispute resolution.

Programs List

  • Advanced Topics in International Arbitration.
  • Advanced International Commercial Arbitration.
  • International Commercial Arbitration.
  • International Commercial Arbitration and the Courts.
  • International Investment Law.
  • Investor-State Dispute Settlement.
  • Labor Arbitration.
  • Litigation Practice in International Arbitration.
  • Securities Arbitration and Mediation.
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution.
  • Contemporary Peacekeeping: Legality, Legitimacy & Accountability.
  • Cultural, Ethical, Strategic, Negotiation and Other Aspects of International Business Agreements.
  • Global Commerce and Litigation.
  • International Law Seminar: Use of Force & Conflict Resolution.
  • International Negotiations.
  • International Civil Litigation & Federal Practice or International Business Litigation & Practice.
  • International Law in Domestic Courts Seminar.
  • International Courts & Tribunals: An Introduction.
  • Law and Policy of Economic Regulation Seminar or Dispute Resolution in International Trade and Investment Agreements.
  • Litigation with the Federal Government.
  • Negotiation and Mediation Seminar.
  • Pre-Negotiation Strategies.
  • World Trade Organization: Agreements, Negotiations & Disputes.
  • Aviation Law
  • Comparative Corporate Governance
  • Cross-Border Commercial Regulation: Aviation and Maritime
  • Current Issues in Transnational [Private International Law] Law Seminar
  • European Union Law
  • International White Collar Crime
  • International Project Finance, International Project Finance & Investment or Developing and Financing
  • Infrastructure Projects [one of the three]
  • International Agreements
  • International Criminal Law
  • International Environmental Law
  • International Debt Workouts
  • International Business Transactions
  • Law and Foreign Investment in China
  • Maritime Law
  • National Security & Law of the Sea or National Security Law [one of the two]
  • Public Health & International Investment Law
  • Restorative Justice in International Intellectual Property‎.
  • Rule of Law and Administration of Justice.
  • International Transitional Justice.
  • U.S. and International Customs Law.

Short Course Programs

These educational programs are typically 4, 8 or 12 hour SKILLS format, presented at professional and/or government associations as well as education programs sponsored by an organization. Workshops include visual media, workbooks, training manuals, exercises and roll-plays and are very interactive in format.

A specific means by which construction professionals can avoid litigation or ever going to court in construction disputes. We review dispute resolution processes for the construction industry including mediation, binding mediation, arbitration, dispute review boards, construction settlement panels, med-arb, arb-med and more. We cover when to use each process, which is appropriate in what situations, and how to use them to avoid lengthy and costly litigation. Also included are recommendations for language in contracts, subcontracts, proposals and purchase orders that should ensure that you will never go to court again if a dispute arises. Suitable for: Commercial, industrial, public works, attorneys

(Save Time, Money and Headaches) When a Dispute Review Board (DRB) assists the parties in preventing a dispute from happening, there is a definite savings not only in direct dollars and time, but also in the mental pressures that would have occurred if the issue had developed into a dispute. DRBs also assist the parties in settling a dispute, effectiveness in reaching closure on disputes, final and binding resolution to all disputes quickly and inexpensively without ever using the court system. We review the specifics of how to specify such processes for your projects, the rules governing, and the step-by-step process of resolution. Suitable for: Commercial, Industrial, Public works, Attorneys

This workshop focuses on the personal effectiveness for the management of people and issues in construction. In this workshop we cover the underlying causes of conflict, including five conflict behaviors, five steps to resolving any conflict, dealing with difficult people, fifteen barriers to effective communication, seven steps to effective negotiation, positional and interest based negotiation, strategies and tactics in negotiation, eight critical mistakes in negotiation, group conflict, negotiation and consensus building. This workshop is normally a full 18-hour course, but can be condensed to a 12-hour session depending on which areas an organization wishes to emphasize. A truly insightful look at the personal ‘skill mastery’ aspects of dispute resolution. Suitable for: Commercial, Industrial, Public works, Attorneys.

The larger the project, the more potential for disputes to arise. We present several resolution protocols that can be applied before, during and after construction. Special emphasis is placed on pre-construction language that can be incorporated in all contracts, subcontracts and purchase orders that aligns all trades in a common dispute resolution methodology, minimizing delays and costs. The use of Expanded Dispute Review Boards coupled with Construction Settlement Panels is emphasized for large projects as the most efficient and effective In-House means of controlling disputes and minimizing impacts to project costs and scheduling. Other means of dispute resolution are presented that apply to projects already underway or completed, but with disputes that still have not been resolved.Suitable for: Commercial, Industrial, Public works, Attorneys.

If you were sick or injured, you would go to a doctor, and most often a specialist trained in remedies that are effective in helping your particular illness or injury. In a similar manner, if a construction project is ‘sick’ or ‘injured’ by disputes before, during or after construction, it needs specialized ADR professionals who know construction and how to resolve those disputes swiftly and effectively through specialized construction protocols. Find out why mediators and arbitrators need to have construction experience to be most effective. Retiring construction specialists are finding the construction dispute industry an enjoyable post-retirement profession which utilizes their construction knowledge gained over their many years in construction.Suitable for: Commercial, Industrial, Public works, Attorneys