Dealing With Public Policy And Due Process Concerns As Rising Arbitrators1 October 2020

Published: 18/09/2020 13:39

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First session
11:0011:05Opening Remarks (Ana Gerdau de Borja, Paris)
11:0511:20Keynote address. Interfaces Between Public Policy and Iura Novit Curia. Yves Derains (Paris)
11:2012:20Panel 1. Due Process Challenges on the Horizon?
Moderator: Paul Tan (Singapore)
Speakers: Crina Baltag (London/Stockholm), Isabelle Michou (Paris), Sara Koleilat Aranjo (Dubai)
12:2012:25Closing Remarks (Alexander Leventhal, Paris)
Second session
18:0018:05Opening Remarks (Rocío Digón, Rome)
18:0518:20Keynote address. How to Deal With Due Process Challenges. Carolyn Lamm (Washington D.C.)
18:2019:20Panel 1. Revisiting Iura Novit Curia and Public Policy
Moderator: Andrea Carlevaris (Rome)
Speakers: Flavia Mange (São Paulo), Montserrat Manzano (Mexico City), Tai Heng Cheng (NYC)
19:2019:25Closing Remarks (Alexander Leventhal, Paris)

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