February 2016 – The annual Georgetown International Arbitration Month (GIAM) is taking place in Washington, D.C. this February, and this year’s theme is “Multistakeholder Views of International Arbitration.”
GIAM events take place in Washington, D.C. throughout the month of February and join practitioners, scholars, and students from around the world for a series of panels on emerging issues and trends facing the international arbitration community. GIAM 2016 features a series of panels on cutting-edge issues in commercial and investment arbitration, and other aspects of dispute resolution and trade. Owing to the ever-evolving nature of our field, this year’s GIAM will incorporate new perspectives on issues including representatives from the private sector and various governments.
Chaffetz Lindsey’s Gretta Walters will be speaking on Tuesday, February 9th alongside Rocio Digon, Alex Lo, and Danielle Morris. The panel, taking place from 6:30 – 8:30 PM at WilmerHale’s DC office, will discuss “What Does an Arbitration Cost?”
For more information about GIAM events, or to register to attend, please click here.