2014 Ireland Launch of the ICC Mediation Rules

2014 ICC Launch Mediation Rules
  • Location: Dublin
  • Date: 06/11/2014
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Language: English

Save the Date! On 6 November 2014, ICC will present in Ireland the new ICC Mediation Rules which entered into force on 1 January 2014. The event will offer participants the opportunity to acquire a comprehensive overview of the new Rules and an insight into the latest developments in international commercial mediation.

On 1 January 2014, the new ICC Rules of Mediation entered into force. In conjunction with the entry into force of the Rules, ICC Ireland will be organising a launch conference in Dublin on 6 November 2014.
The event will offer participants the opportunity to acquire a comprehensive overview of the new Rules and an insight into the latest developments in international commercial mediation.
Speakers will include a representative of the ICC International Centre for ADR and specialists in mediation.

Programme

5.45-6.00pm - Registration

6.00-6.10pm - Words of welcome and introduction

6.10-6.35pm - The new ICC Mediation Rules (Part I)

  • ADR becomes Mediation: The drafting of the new ICC Mediation Rules
  • Getting started: How to initiate proceedings under the ICC Mediation Rule
  • Avoiding and overcoming hurdles: How are mediations conducted under the new Rules
  • How can agreement on the language(s) and place of the mediation be achieved if the parties cannot see eye to eye?

6.35-7.00pm - Conduct of mediation proceedings

  • How is the obligatory initial discussion between the mediator and the parties organized
  • What do the mediator and the parties need to decide about the conduct of the proceedings?

7.00-7.25pm - The new ICC Mediation Rules (Part II)

  • The mediator: Finding the right person for your dispute
  • Confidentiality
  • Money matters: Costs and payments

7.25-7.50pm - Drafting an effective mediation clause: The new ICC model clauses for mediation

  • What are the important elements of an effective mediation clause
  • What are the potential pitfalls of a poorly drafted mediation clause
  • What considerations should you keep in mind in choosing between the different ICC model clauses for mediation

7.50-8.00pm - Closing remarks

Speakers

Shraddha Bhosale, Deputy Manager, ICC International Centre for ADR
David Barniville SC
Terence O’Keeffe, Law Agent, Dublin City Council

Venue

Dublin Dispute Resolution Centre, Distillery Building, 145 – 151 Church Street, Dublin 7

Registration

To register, please send an e-mail to Mr. Ian Talbot at

Ian.Talbot@chambers.ie

CPD Accreditation

CPD Accreditation of 2 hours provided by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators – Irish Branch

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