Disputes for Tea | Arbitration
“False Friends in Arbitration: A Transatlantic Comparison of Arbitrability”
Arbitrability and competence-competence are fundamental cornerstones of international arbitration. Yet, the meaning and application of these principles differs quite significantly across the Atlantic. Our team has experienced this first hand in cases worldwide across many sectors – from shipping to energy to construction.
Join us on May 20 for a comparative deconstruction of some of the basic rules applying at the intersection of state courts and arbitral tribunals with University of Innsbruck Professor Hubertus Schumacher and our New York partner Edward Floyd, moderated by Gerold Zeiler
Thursday, 20 May 2021
15:00 Central European Time / 09:00 Eastern Standard Time