CPR Y-ADR presents
Y-ADR Mock Procedural Hearing under CPR Rules for Administered Arbitration of International Disputes
DATE: September 8, 2016
Registration – 5:30 – 6 pm
Program – 6:00-7:30 p.m
Followed by a networking reception
PLACE: Williams & Connolly LLP, 725 12th St NW, Washington, DC 20005
Young lawyers will get an inside view of what often takes place at an initial procedural conference in an international arbitration. The mock arbitration involves an international energy dispute and is being conducted under the CPR Rules for Administered Arbitration of International Disputes before a panel of three arbitrators. Counsel and their clients will present their views on important procedural aspects of the arbitration, including the sequence of events, the number of filings, the timing and scope of document disclosure, and the possibility of mediation or settlement discussions. The mock will be followed by a Q & A session and a networking reception. Note that this program will be video recorded and accessible to CPR Members on CPR’s website.
CLE Approval in New York pending.
John J. Buckley, Jr., Williams & Connolly LLP, Partner and Co-Chair of International Arbitration Practice Group
Olivier P. André, Vice President, International and Dispute Resolution Services, CPR
Dana MacGrath, Sidley Austin LLP, Chair of Y-ADR | Patrick Norton, Law Offices of Patrick M. Norton, CPR Distinguished Neutral
Counsel & Clients:
David L. Earnest, Shearman & Sterling LLP | C.J. Mahoney, Williams & Connolly LLP | Charles B. Rosenberg, White & Case LLP | Laura J. Stipanowich, Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP
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CPR’s Young Attorneys in Dispute Resolution (Y-ADR) program promotes the full spectrum of dispute resolution mechanisms with the younger generation of lawyers, and introduces them to corporate counsel and experts in the field. Through periodic seminars and other initiatives, participants gain an insider’s look at the role of ADR systems and practices in corporations and multinational organizations. This program is recommended for attorneys 45 years old and younger, or those with less than 8 years of professional experience in international ADR practice.