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Insight Center: Events

The Art of International Arbitration

Speakers: Matthew H. Adler, Albert Bates Jr., Richard W. Foltz Jr., Frank H. Griffin IV, Maia H. Harris, Jeremy Heep, Joseph T. Imperiale, James D. Rosener, William M. Taylor and R. Zachary Torres-Fowler

8:30 AM-2:00 PM (ET)
The Art of International Arbitration

Presented by Pepper Hamilton with Participation Of:

Logo: International Court of ArbitrationLogo: International Centre for Dispute Resolution   

8:30 AM | Breakfast and Registration
8:45 AM–2:00 PM | Program

Please join us for an interactive seminar covering some of the current topics in international construction and commercial arbitration. Our presenters, a mix of Pepper attorneys as well as leading domestic and international industry representatives and arbitration practitioners, will provide practical guidance on international arbitration issues, including:

  • Drafting the Clause: Perils and Pitfalls of Drafting International Arbitration Clauses

Matthew H. Adler, Pepper Hamilton LLP
Frank H. Griffin, IV, Pepper Hamilton LLP
James D. Rosener, Pepper Hamilton LLP

  • Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration: Document Disclosure and Examinations

Shawn Conway, Conway & Partners N.V.
Richard W. Foltz, Jr., Pepper Hamilton LLP
Maia H. HarrisPepper Hamilton LLP
R. Zachary Torres-Fowler, Pepper Hamilton LLP

  • Enforcement in the U.S. and Other Jurisdictions

Jeremy Heep, Pepper Hamilton LLP
William M. TaylorPepper Hamilton LLP
Harish Salve, Blackstone Chambers

  • Arbitrator Impartiality: Conflicts of Interest in International Arbitration

Albert Bates, Jr., Pepper Hamilton LLP
Joseph T. ImperialePepper Hamilton LLP
Thomas M. Ventrone, ICDR/AAA
Mary Kate Wagner, ICC

Keynote Speaker
We are pleased to welcome Catherine A. Rogers, founder and CEO of Arbitrator Intelligence, as our keynote speaker. Ms. Rogers — a scholar of international arbitration and professional ethics at Penn State Law, with a dual appointment as a Professor of Ethics, Regulation, and the Rule of Law at Queen Mary, University of London — will discuss the importance of transparency and fairness in arbitration and how data analytics can provide parties and counsel with critical insights into arbitrators’ track records to improve arbitrator selection and case strategy.

CLE Credit
Approval is pending for 4.0 credits, including 1.0 ethics credit in Pennsylvania. New Jersey licensed attorneys may claim credit for this program under New Jersey’s reciprocity policy. Approval is pending for 4.5 credits, including 1.0 ethics credit in New York. Approval is pending for 4.0 credits, including 1.0 ethics credit in Delaware.


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Event Documents

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There is no cost to attend.

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