On 26 May 2021, HANEFELD's Paris-based Counsel Maria Hauser-Morel will speak at the Annual Conference of the Ukrainian Arbitration Association (UAA). Maria and her co-panelists will discuss the topic of Access to Arbitration. The conference is held online and free of charge. The event flyer and the registration details for the event are available on the website of the UAA.
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We are pleased to share that HANEFELD Paris-based Associate Charlotte Matthews is representing France in the European Sub-Committee of the Campaign for Greener Arbitrations: The Green Pledge. As a member of the Sub-Committee, Charlotte will take an active role in raising awareness for sustainable practices in arbitration, in particular through the promotion of the Campaign’s Green Protocols and Green Pledge. We wish her success in her new role!
For more information on the Campaign’s framework and protocols, visit: https://www.linkedin.com/company/green-arbitrations?trk=public_post_share-update_update-text
On 13 April 2021, HANEFELD's Paris-based Counsel Maria Hauser-Morel and Hamburg-based associate Marianna Kychenko will share their experience at the Ukrainian Arbitration Association (UAA) Online Arbitration School 2021. They will conduct a session about the competence of the Arbitral Tribunal, ICC Terms of Reference and Procedural Order No. 1. HANEFELD is pleased to be a part of this program, which reflects its increased presence in matters pertaining to Central and Eastern Europe. The full program is available here: https://lnkd.in/dTwX8y6
Please join us on Monday 22 March 2021 from 13:30 to 14:30 CET for a panel discussion on the topic of “Early resolution of disputes: Preliminary views, early dismissal procedures and beyond” featuring Chong Wan Yee Monica (WongPartnership, Singapore), Simon Gabriel (GABRIEL Arbitration, Zurich), Ulrike Gantenberg (Gantenberg Dispute Experts, Dusseldorf) and Andrey Panov (Allen & Overy, Moscow). The discussion will be moderated by HANEFELD’s Jörn Hombeck, LL.M. (Auckland) and Dr. Dirk Wiegandt.
The event, hosted by HANEFELD, is part of the Hamburg International Arbitration Days taking place online from 22 to 24 March 2021 (for more information visit https://lnkd.in/emBiz3G and https://lnkd.in/eQY6c3B). To register, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 19 March 2021.
On 18 March 2021, HANEFELD's Paris-based Counsel Maria Hauser-Morel will speak at the ICC event "Prague Arbitration Day: How to effectively manage arbitration: modern and innovative approaches to case management". Maria and her co-panelists, Vít Horáček, Rostislav Pekař and Dušan Sedláček, will discuss practical issues arising in commercial arbitration involving public entities. For further information and registration details for the event, which commences at 10 am CET, please see: https://2go.iccwbo.org/icc-prague-arbitration-day-2021-managing-arbitration-effectively.html