Disputes arise routinely and inevitably in any relationship and corporate business is no exception. Properly managing a dispute can save time and costs and enable decision-makers to make smarter choices earlier. Managing disputes effectively can be a critical driver in shaping your organizational goals and ensuring a fair conclusion for all parties. If done right, not only can the dispute be resolved but the business relationship between the parties can be preserved.
For our seventh year, LexisNexis will spare no effort in delivering an exciting and productive programme on dispute avoidance and resolution. This conference will gather some of the leading law firms, corporate general counsels and industry professionals to pass on their experiences and wisdom on how to resolve corporate disputes in a constantly changing legislative and economic environment.
• Updates on new ICC Rules of Arbitration and CIETAC Arbitration Mechanism
• Arbitration vs litigation when facing international trade disputes - your way out of a bad deal!
• In-depth analysis and comparison of the various arbitration institutions
• Gaining greater commercial pragmatism in resolving commercial disputes
• How to reach the highest levels of productivity when managing complex crossborder disputes - even in the face of reduced resources
• Negotiation and drafting of effective international dispute resolution clauses
• Gaining the business value from in-house dispute management by preventing and mitigating the risk of litigation and arbitration
• In-depth investigation and planning for available strategies to help best avoid conflict and disputes with business partners
Who would attend:
• General Counsels/ Legal Directors/ In-house Counsels
• Judges/ Magistrates/ Arbitrators
• Legal Practitioners
• Chief Risk Officer/ Risk Management Director/ Manager
• IP Director/ Manager
• Patent Counsel
• Compliance & Ethics Director/ Manager
• CFO/ Finance Director/ Manager
• Tax Director/ Manage/ Advisor
• Chief Accountant/ Tax Accountant
• Accounting Firms/ Consulting Firms