December 2016 – NYSBA’s International Dispute Resolution Committee, in cooperation with NYIAC, the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators’ New York Branch, Dorsey & Whitney, White & Case, and Arbitration Place, is hosting the third and final segment of a three-part series on the inner workings of arbitral tribunals.
Aníbal Sabater is one of the speakers at the The In Camera Breakfast Series on the topic of Ethical Issues and Misconduct (other speakers include Christian Alberti, ICDR; Jennifer Kirby, Kirby Arbitration; Luis Martinez, ICDR; and David Singer, Dorsey & Whitney LLP (moderator)).
Previous sessions explored different approaches to building tribunal cohesion and collegiality, organizing deliberations, and delegating responsibilities among tribunal members and to tribunal assistants. This final seminar will address how tribunals deal with arbitrator misconduct and ethical issues vis-à-vis arbitrators. This series offers a unique opportunity for counsel to better understand how tribunals make decisions and for arbitrators to consider how they might be more effective as co-arbitrators or chairs.
The breakfast will take place on Wednesday, December 14, 2016, from 8:30-10:00am at the office of Dorsey & Whitney LLP at 51 W. 52nd Street, New York.
ETHICS CLE CREDIT is available to those attending in New York. The event will also be broadcast via video at Brookfield Place, 161 Bay St., Toronto.
To register, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and kindly note if you will attend in NYC or Toronto.