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          Register for ICC Advanced PIDA Training in Dominican Republic

          • Paris, 19 April 2012

          The ICC Institute of World Business Law is organizing a Spanish language PIDA training on international commercial arbitration that will study a mock case under the 2012 ICC Rules of ArThe bitration.

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          The advanced level training, under the auspices of the ICC Institute of World Business Law, will be held at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Punta Cana, on 14-17 May 2012.
          It will allow participants to take part in a mock arbitration proceeding involving a set of complex circumstances, as well as to benefit from practical and technical presentations by some of the world’s leading arbitrators.
          The sessions are designed for practising lawyers, corporate counsel, arbitrators, magistrates, academics, dispute resolution experts and users who have a strong experience of international commercial arbitration, in particular with ICC procedures, and who wish to deepen their practical knowledge and share their views with international practitioners.
          The programme includes working groups on setting up the claimant’s strategy in preparing arbitration requests and analyzing different procedural options and dispute resolution methods and on setting up the respondent’s strategy and answers. Participants will also prepare witnesses and experts for the simulation of a cross-examination.
          There are only a few places left for this advanced PIDA training in Spanish, therefore early registration is recommended.
          Spanish language PIDA training on international commercial arbitration brochure
          Spanish language PIDA training on international commercial arbitration registration form

          For registration and further information, please contact:
          Elaine Sánchez Calderón
          Coordinadora logística Entrenamiento PIDA Avanzado
          ICC República Dominicana
          809 682-2688 ext 2313
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