Date: 6th February 2019
Time: 18:00 - 21:00
Venue: Baker Botts (UK) LLP, 41 Lothbury, LONDON, EC2R 7HF
Time: 18.00-20.30 (Registration from 17.30)
Event followed by a drinks reception
Venue: Baker Botts LLP, 41 Lothbury, London EC4M 7AN
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BIICL Investment Treaty Forum in cooperation with Baker Botts is organising a seminar on the law governing the annulment of arbitral awards in international investment law.
This event will bring together leading practitioners, public sector representatives and academics working in investment treaty arbitration. The speakers will focus on the following topics:
- Annulment regimes: ICSID Convention versus national arbitration laws
- Annulment for lack of jurisdiction: deference, characterization and consent
- Due process, failure to state reasons, serious irregularity and public policy
- Impact of EU law on annulment proceedings under the ICSID Convention and national arbitration laws
Dr. Johannes Koepp, Baker Botts
- Dr. Veijo Heiskanen, Lalive, Geneva
- Professor Luca G. Radicati di Brozolo, ArbLit, Milan
- Dr. Tim Rusche, European Commission, Brussels
Event convened by Professor Yarik Kryvoi, Senior Research Fellow in International Economic Law and Director of the Investment Treaty Forum.
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This event offers the equivalent of 2.5 hours.
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