Columbia Law School – Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
May 16-20, 2022 – 9:30 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. (EDT/GMT-4)
LOCATION: HOGAN LOVELLS* 390 MADISON AVE., NEW YORK, NY 10017
*in-person; a limited number of registrations will be accepted for online attendance only
A week-long systematic and comprehensive examination of the law and practice of international arbitration. The Comprehensive Course (“Course”) features a renowned faculty offering lectures with interactive opportunities plus a number of simulations. The Course is designed for arbitrators, advocates, in-house counsel, and others interested in international arbitration.
This Course will take place in person in New York City, except for a limited number of registrations which will be accepted for online attendance only via the Zoom videoconference platform.
Course Fee – US $2000
A systematic and comprehensive examination of the law and practice of international arbitration.
The Course features a renowned faculty offering lectures with interactive opportunities plus a number of simulations and is designed for arbitrators, advocates, in-house counsel, and others interested in international arbitration.
Upon completion, all attendees will receive a certificate of completion from Columbia Law School and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, New York Branch. Application for CLE credit for New York State is pending.
In-person registrants must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and comply with any other health and safety measures that may be implemented to comply with government regulations and guidelines, rules and policies of the host venue, and/or as the organizers may deem appropriate in their discretion for the safety and wellbeing of faculty and participants. Registrants accept the risk that applicable health and safety measures may change following registration and may include measures such as, but not limited to: social distancing; wearing masks; temperature measurement; and limitations on the number of participants.
A limited number of registrations will be accepted for online participation only, and the same registration fees shall apply. Online registrants accept the risk that technical difficulties may arise from time to time that notwithstanding the organizers’ reasonable efforts may impair participation. Each online registrant is responsible for having suitable equipment and adequate internet connectivity.
An optional opening reception for in-person participants and faculty is expected to take place at the end of the first day.
Course fee includes the course textbook and, in the case of in-person registration, breakfasts and lunches each day as well as the opening reception. Attendees are responsible for their own travel, lodging, and related expenses, and any meals not specified in this brochure.
George A. Bermann, FCIArb and Patron, CIArb New York Branch; Jean Monnet Professor of EU Law, Walter Gellhorn Professor of Law, and the Director of the Center for International Commercial and Investment Arbitration, Columbia University School of Law; Professeur Affilié, Ecole de droit, Sciences Po (Paris) See Bio
Stephanie Cohen, FCIArb; Independent Arbitrator; Chair, CIArb, New York Branch; New Arbitrator Trainer, AAA Arbitration Fundamentals and Best Practices; Member and Chair of Working Group on Use of Technology in International Arbitration, ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR. See Bio
Kabir Duggal, FCIArb; Ph.D.; Lecturer, Columbia University School of Law; Managing Editor, American Review of International Arbitration; Senior International Arbitration Advisor, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP. See Bio
Richard L. Mattiaccio, FCIArb, C Arb; Independent Arbitrator and Mediator; immediate past Chair, CIArb New York Branch and NY City Bar Association International Commercial Disputes Committee (ICDC); CCA Fellow. See Bio
Richard F. Ziegler, FCIArb; Independent Arbitrator and Mediator; Principal, AcumenADR; Former Board Member, CPR Institute; CCA Fellow; former Co-Chair, International Arbitration Practice, Jenner & Block NY; former General Counsel, 3M Company See Bio
2022 Comprehensive Course Faculty Continued
Oliver J. (Ollie) Armas, Global Head of International Arbitration, Hogan Lovells US LLP, New York. See Bio
Pamela Bookman, Associate Professor of Law, Fordham University School of Law. See Bio
Maria Chedid, Partner and Global Co-Chair of International Arbitration, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP; US Representative, ICC Court of Arbitration; Founding President and Executive Committee Co-Chair of the California International Arbitration Council. See Bio
Tai-Heng Cheng, Global Co-Head of International Arbitration and Trade, Sidley Austin LLP; CCA Fellow; Former Vice President, American Society of International Law. See Bio
Helena Taveres Erickson, Senior Vice President, CPR Institute See Bio
Eugene I. Farber, FCIArb; Partner, Farber, Pappalardo & Carbonari; Adjunct Professor of Law, Pace Univ. School of Law; Former President, College of Commercial Arbitrators. See Bio
Grant Hanessian, Independent Arbitrator, Hanessian ADR; Former US Member, ICC Court of Arbitration; Former Chair, USCIB Arbitration Committee; Editor, ICDR Awards and Commentaries; Adjunct Professor of Law, Fordham Law School. See BioSamaa A. Haridi, Partner, King & Spalding; Vice President, ICC Court of Arbitration; Senior Co-Chair, IBA Arbitration Committee. See Bio
Mélida Hodgson, Partner, Jenner & Block LLP; Vice-Chair, ICC Institute of World Business Law; Member, ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR See Bio
Louis B. (Benno) Kimmelman, FCIArb; Chair, New York International Arbitration Center; Former Partner and Co-Leader, International Arbitration practice, Sidley Austin LLP, New York; Adjunct Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School, and Georgetown University Law Center. See Bio
Marek Krasula, Director, Arbitration and ADR, North America, ICC International Court of Arbitration, SICANA Inc., New York. See Bio
Dana MacGrath, FCIArb; Independent Arbitrator, MacGrath Arbitration; President, ArbitralWomen; Former Chair, Arbitration Committee of the New York City Bar Association; Adjunct Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School. See Bio
Luis Martinez, Vice President, International Centre for Dispute Resolution, New York. See Bio
Joseph E. Neuhaus, FCIArb; Partner, Sullivan & Cromwell LLP; Adjunct Professor of Law, New York University School of Law, Chair, Institute for Transnational Arbitration; Board Member, CPR Institute. See Bio
Michael D. Nolan, FCIArb; Member, Arbitration Chambers; Adjunct Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center and American University Washington College of Law. See Bio
Rekha Rangachari, Executive Director, New York International Arbitration Center; Adjunct Professor of Law, Seton Hall Law School; Peer Review Board Member of the American Review of International Arbitration; Associate Editor, Juris Investment Arbitration Conference Volume See BioNatalie L. Reid, Partner, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, New York; Board Member, LCIA; Member, ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR. See Bio
Peter J. W. Sherwin, Partner, Proskauer Rose LLP; U.S. Member, ICC Court of Arbitration; Chair, ICC USA/USCIB Arbitration Committee; Vice-Chair, New York International Arbitration Center, Inc. See Bio
Robert L. Sills, Partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, New York. See Bio
Steven Skulnik, FCIArb; Arbitrator and Mediator; Senior Legal Editor, Practical Law (Thomson Reuters); Former Chair, Arbitration Committee of the New York City Bar Association. See Bio
Robert H. Smit, Independent Arbitrator; Adjunct Professor of Law, Columbia Law School; Co-Editor-in-Chief of the American Review of International Arbitration; former Co-Chair, International Disputes Resolution Practice, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett; former U.S. Member, ICC Court of Arbitration. See Bio
Nancy M. Thevenin, FCIArb, Thevenin Arbitration & ADR, Adjunct Professor of Law, St. John’s University School of Law, General Counsel, USCIB/ICC USA. See Bio
Rachel Thorn, Partner, International Arbitration Practice, Cooley LLP, New York. See Bio
COMPREHENSIVE COURSE – MAJOR TOPICS
The Course includes simulations of both a Preliminary Conference and an Evidentiary Hearing. The Course’s substantive discussions focus on essentially every aspect of the international arbitration process – hence the “Comprehensive Course” title – such as:
The New York Convention, Model Law and Other National Statutes, UNIDROIT Principles
Separability, Allocation of Competence
Illegality, Arbitrability and Other Factors Relating to the Nature of the Dispute
Appointment of Arbitrators; Challenges to Arbitrators
The Arbitral Seat
Arbitral Institutions and Ad Hoc Arbitration
Arbitrator Terms and Conditions of Appointment; Arbitrator Power and Jurisdiction; Obligations of the Tribunal; Responsibilities and Obligations of the Parties
Emergency Relief; Security for Costs and Interim Measures
Procedural Issues: Discovery, Evidence, and Confidentiality
Non-signatories; Multi-Party Issues
Choice of Law
Deliberation and Award; Costs, Interest and Attorneys’ Fees
Overview of Investor-State Arbitration
Ethical Issues for Arbitrators & Counsel
Annulment and Interlocutory Matters
Recognition and Enforcement
CORE TEXT RESOURCE FOR THE COURSE:
Gary Born, International Arbitration: Law and Practice (3d ed., 2021)
To be provided to each registrant before the Course begins; maybe in electronic form.
NEW YORK CLE NOTICE
Application for New York accreditation of this program for CLE credit is pending.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Cancellation by Registrants
Registration will be confirmed on receipt of payment of the applicable fee. If a registrant is unable to attend, another person may be substituted with a minimum of one week prior written notice at no additional cost. Alternatively, an in-person registrant may opt to attend online.
Any registrant who cancels their registration will be entitled to a refund based on the following schedule:
Request received on or before April 18, 2022, 90% of the registration fee
Request received from April 18 – May 2, 2022, 50% of the registration fee
Request received after May 2, 2022, No Refund
Course Changes or Cancellation
The Course Directors reserve the right, in their sole discretion, to make changes to the faculty, speakers, content, and order of presentation of the program, or to cancel the Course should circumstances so indicate.
In the event of cancellation by the Course Directors, a full refund of the registration fee paid will be made to registrants who shall remain solely responsible for any expenses incurred or other consequences related to their planning to attend the Course.
Discounts (if applicable) are not cumulative; i.e., only one discount may be applied per registrant.
Information provided upon registration will be used to administer the Course and registrants’ contact information may be included in materials distributed by the Chartered Institute and Columbia Law School to faculty and other Course attendees for networking purposes.
The Course, which will be conducted in-person and also via videoconference, will be recorded and the recording may capture the images and voices of the registrants. The recording may be used by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and/or Columbia Law School for educational and related purposes.
Online attendees will participate in the Course via remote videoconference. Technical difficulties may arise from time to time that notwithstanding the organizers’ reasonable efforts may impair the participation of one or more registrants. Each registrant is responsible for having suitable equipment and adequate internet connectivity.
FINANCIAL AID POLICY
Full-time law students enrolled in a law school in New York, Connecticut, or New Jersey (i.e., U.S. states within CIArbNY Branch Territory) and New York-admitted attorneys seeking CLE credit may be eligible for financial assistance in the form of a reduced or waived registration fee.
Applicants for assistance should (a) register online using the registration link provided above, and (b) submit a scholarship request (also online, as directed following completion of the registration form) no later than April 13, 2022. Requests should detail in a few sentences the basis of the applicant’s financial need, including the nature of their current employment if any, and gross annual income as well as a description of the applicant’s interest in taking the Comprehensive Course. The Course Directors may request additional information to complete the scholarship request. Please understand that without a completed scholarship request, the applicant may be notified that the scholarship registration has been canceled and the request denied. All timely completed requests will be considered. Decisions will be made by April 19, 2022.
* If you are unable to complete registration or payment online, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.