Why Your Arbitration Agreement Matters: Anticipating Disputes in International Transactions (A short introduction)
Article from: TDM 3 (2005), in Investor-State Disputes - International Investment Law
On May 3, 2004 the District of Columbia Bar's International Dispute Resolution Committee and Project Finance Committee jointly sponsored a challenging program on "Why Your Arbitration Agreement Matters: Anticipating Disputes in International Transactions." The Program focused on issues to consider in the negotiation of arbitration agreements at the commencement of a transaction, rather than learning about important arbitration issues the hard way once a dispute has arisen. Consequently, the program was of interest to both transactional lawyers and the arbitration community. We ...