Fourteenth Annual Investment Treaty Arbitration

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JURIS Conference’s annual Investment Treaty Arbitration conference is “going digital.”  Starting on May 26th 2020, we will hold a weekly series of sessions with leading arbitration practitioners and scholars, which will be hosted on Zoom.

The 14th Annual Investment Treaty Arbitration conference will tackle four questions of systemic reform in the field of international investment law and arbitration.

The second session, to be held on June 2nd, 2020, will be moderated by George Ruttinger of Crowell Moring. The topic will be the contentious issue of so-called double hatting in international investment arbitration. Authors Katelyn Horne (Arnold and Porter) and Guled Yusuf  (Allen and Overy) have drafted papers taking opposite positions, which will be provided to all participants. Following a brief presentation of these two papers, panelists Kabir Duggal (Arnold and Porter), Ian Laird (Crowell Moring), Danielle Morris (WilmerHale), and Fernando Tupa (Curtis Mallet) will participate in a round table discussion of the papers and the significant issues the issue poses for the future practice of international investment arbitration.

Please join us for the Second of four lively discussions on

June 2, 2020 from 10:30 AM-12:00 PM EST / 4:30 PM-6:00 PM CET

Registration

The conference registration fee also includes one month of complimentary access to Arbitration Law, a database powered by JURIS covering virtually all forms of international, as well as U.S., arbitration.  Arbitration Law’s digital library, containing 13,500 documents and over 200 proprietary treatises, practice manuals, and monographs, offers exclusive access to comprehensive and authoritative works that analyze all aspects of the arbitral process.  In addition to primary resources, Arbitration Law contains exclusive works contributed by preeminent arbitration practictioners and scholars, including Emmanuel GaillardLawrence NewmanDoak BishopGeorge BermannEdna SussmanLoukas A. MistelisMichael Moser, Lucy ReedLaurence Shore,  and dozens more. Arbitration Law also offers access to 11 of JURIS’s exclusive arbitration journals and their archives, including the Dispute Resolution Journal, American Review of International Arbitration, European International Arbitration Review, World Arbitration and Mediation Review, and more.  

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NYS CLE credit (transitional and non-transitional) in the Areas of Professional Practice (1.5 hours for an individual session; 7 hours for the full conference) and a general certificate of attendance will be provided.

Please note that this conference will be recorded and may be made publicly available after the event. By registering you consent to being recorded and/or included in published recordings of this conference.

ITA Conference Registration Fee (Sessions I-IV)

Register for all four sessions to receive a discounted rate. Conference fees include conference participation and written course materials, including a copy of the book resulting from this conference, Investment Treaty Arbitration, Volume 14 (when published). Recordings of sessions that have already taken place will be made available to registrants  in full. Registration for individual sessions are available below. 

ITA Conference Session I Recording

May 26, 2020

True or False: The USMCA Chapter on Investment Represents the New State-of-the-Art in Investment Protection Treaties. (RECORDING)

Moderator:        Todd Weiler – Independent counsel, consultant, expert, and arbitrator at Investment Treaty Arbitration (London, Ontario)

Authors:            

Jennifer Ivers  (White & Case, DC) & Alyssa Howard (White & Case, DC) (co-authors)
Kate McNulty – Covington (DC) 

Panelists:          

Michael Nolan - Milbank Tweed (DC)

Devin Bray – De Brauw (Amsterdam)
Ted Posner – Weil (DC)
Jennifer Thornton – Arent Fox (DC) 
Elizabeth Whitsitt – University of Calgary Faculty of Law 

Please note: This registration fee only includes participation in Session I in this four-session series of conferences.  If you would like to attend all four sessions, we offer a discounted price for the 4-session package above. Registration for this session may be combined with other session registrations.

ITA Conference Registration Fee (Session III)

June 9, 2020

True or False: Thanks to Reforms Proposed Under the Auspices of the ICSID and UNCITRAL, Investor-State Dispute Settlement is Finally Headed in the Right Direction.

 

Moderator:                  Meriam Nazih Al-Rashid – Eversheds Sutherland (New York)

Authors:            

Eva Chan – Skadden (NYC) 
John Laird – Crowell & Moring (DC) 

Panelists:          

José Antonio Rivas – Independent Counsel (DC)

Joshua Fellenbaum – Fieldfisher (London) 
Mark Kantor – Independent Arbitrator
Anna Holloway – ICSID 
Diora Ziyaeva – Dentons (NYC)

Please note: This registration fee only includes participation in Session III in this four-session series of conferences.  If you would like to attend all four sessions, we offer a discounted price for the 4-session package above. Registration for this session may be combined with other session registrations.

ITA Conference Registration Fee (Session II)

June 2, 2020

 True or False: The Time Has Come to Outlaw Double-Hatting.

 

 

Moderator:        George Ruttinger – Crowell Moring (DC)

Authors:            

Katelyn Horne – Arnold & Porter (DC)
Guled Yusuf – Allen & Overy (London)

Panelists:          

Kabir Duggal – Arnold & Porter (New York)
Ian Laird – Crowell Moring; JURIS Conference Co-Chair Emeritus (DC)
Danielle Morris – WilmerHale (DC)
Fernando Tupa – Curtis Mallet (Buenos Aires)

Please note: This registration fee only includes participation in Session II in this four-session series of conferences.  If you would like to attend all four sessions, we offer a discounted price for the 4-session package above. Registration for this session may be combined with other session registrations.

 

 

ITA Conference Registration Fee (Session IV)

June 16, 2020 

True or False: Security for Costs Should be Mandated for Investor-State Arbitration.

 

 

Moderator:        Timothy Nelson – Skadden (New York) 

Authors: 

Carlos Guzmán – Squire Patton Boggs (DC)
Matilde Flores – Chaffetz Lindsey

Panelists:          

Jeffery Commission – Burford Capital  
Lindsay Gastrell – Arbitration Chambers
Miriam K. Harwood – Squire Patton Boggs (DC) 
Frédéric Sourgens – Washburn University School of Law; JURIS Conference Co-Chair Emeritus 

Please note: This registration fee only includes participation in Session IV in this four-session series of conferences.  If you would like to attend all four sessions, we offer a discounted price for the 4-session package above. Registration for this session may be combined with other session registrations.

 

 

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