11th Annual ICDR Miami International Arbitration Conference -
September 11-13, 2013
Biltmore Hotel, Coral Gables, Florida - Corporate Counsel Series: International Dispute Resolution in the Americas.
The International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR™) has been presenting its Miami International Arbitration Conference for 11 years, always with a concentration on an aspect of international alternative dispute resolution (ADR) that is especially current and often under the umbrella of its signature Corporate Counsel Series.
This year's event sets a new benchmark for attendee interaction: the program blends favorites from conferences past-such as the Tertulia round table discussions-with exciting new technology allowing real-time electronic voting and debate on the most pressing issues facing international arbitration today. Moreover, attendees this year will be invited to submit papers relevant to the discussions and topics in the conference.
The annual ICDR conference always attracts a world-class faculty and is attended by an equally renowned group of experts.
The conference will be simultaneously translated into Spanish.
The ICDR is accepting submissions of papers relevant to the discussions and topics in the conference. Send queries to Steve Andersen at AndersenS@adr.org.
Please visit http://go.adr.org/miamiconference
for registration, agenda, CLE credit, and additional event information.
ILS and the Future of Arbitration: Miami (FA:M) present
Femme Arbitration Women on Top in International Arbitration
Saturday September 14, 2013, Registration begins at 12:00 p.m. - Following the 11th Annual Miami International Arbitration Conference
Hosted by Gallery Diet, Located in the Heart of the Wynwood (Miami) Arts District
Open to practitioners and law students under 40. Special discounts for FA:M and ILS Members
Portion of proceeds to benefit Women of Wynwood
Contact Clarissa Rodriguez at email@example.com for more information.
Young Lawyers, Don't Miss the next AIJA Annual Congress in Buenos Aires - September 17-21
AIJA is gearing up for its annual Congress, to be held in Buenos Aires from Sept. 17-21. Several days of informative and educational seminars along with opportunities to network with other participants, including hundreds of members of the world's largest association of young lawyers, AIJA (Association Internationale des Jeunes Avocats). The conference kicks off with a full-day seminar on the do's and don'ts when doing business in Latin America, a valuable tool for Florida lawyers practicing in the region. While attending the conference, explore Buenos Aires and find interesting and challenging seminars and working sessions on groundbreaking legal issues in various legal fields. There are numerous opportunities to learn and network, be involved in future events, and become an integral part of this dynamic group.
For more information please visit this link or contact AIJA US National Representative Joseph Gulino at JGulino@drrt.com.
The International Law Section
of the Florida Bar
cordially invite you to
Onshoring the Wealth:Strategies and Solutions
Arturo J. Aballi, Jr.
Aballí Milne Kalil, P.A.
Aballí Milne Kalil, P.A.
Kaufman, Rossin & Co.
The Northern Trust Company
Thursday, September 19, 2013
700 Brickell Avenue
Kindly RSVP by September 13, 2013 to Diane Cruz at (305)789-1185
or by email to DadeRSVP1@ntrs.com
ICC's Annual Miami conference
International Commercial Arbitration in Latin America
3-5 November, Mandarin Oriental hotel, Miami
ICC's annual Miami conference provides an indispensable update on developments in the region and is the most important gathering for the Latin American arbitration community. Not only does it offer a line-up of top-class speakers, topical discussions and relevant news, but also an excellent opportunity to network. The conference attracts approximately 400 participants representing about 30 nationalities. Sessions this years will cover the following perspectives : Judicial; Academic; Business; "Public"; "Alternative"; Ethical and Procedural.
This year the conference will be preceded by an advanced level training on "drafting enforceable awards" will take place on Sunday 3 November. Focusing on what can be referred to as the most prominent duty of an arbitrator, participants will learn the best practices pertaining to drafting awards and the ways of maximizing their enforceability. Accordingly, the training will focus on the procedural as well as formal requirements, and cover the issue of the necessary substantive accuracy of the award.