Event Type: CLE / CPD
8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Registration/Networking/Buffet Breakfast
Session I, 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. International Arbitration
International arbitration is becoming a more common forum for the resolution of disputes arising out of international transactions, such as the purchase of insurance in the international marketplace. Focusing on international insurance arbitration, this presentation compares international arbitration proceedings to litigation in the United States.
After this seminar, attendees will be able to: (a) recognize the benefits and pitfalls of international arbitration; (b) negotiate better international arbitration provisions; and (c) identify strategies to better contain costs and achieve effective results in international arbitrations.
PANELISTS: Timothy P. Law, Partner, Reed Smith LLP; John N. Ellison, Partner, Reed Smith LLP
IN-HOUSE PANELIST: TBD
Session II, 10:10 a.m. - 11:10 a.m. Risks and Opportunities in Trade Agreements and Global Economic Sanctions Under the Trump Administration
As the new U.S. Administration begins to implement its agenda, there is significant uncertainty regarding its plans with respect to international economic sanctions against Russia, Iran and Cuba. This timely and interactive session will consider existing U.S. and Canadian sanctions against these countries and what changes may result from the change in administrations. The panel will discuss the international geo-political implications of any proposed amendments to sanctions laws and regulations, how this might undermine the current coordination of Western sanctions against Russia and Iran in particular, and what risks and opportunities might emerge for companies with international operations in those countries.
PANELISTS: Paul Lalonde, Dentons Toronto; Kenneth J. Nunnenkamp, Dentons Tysons; Teresa R. Novic, Esq.
To register for this event, click here.