NYU’s Center for Transnational Litigation, Arbitration, and Commercial Law and the Dubai International Arbitration Centre host a webinar on November 25, 2020 at 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM (New York time).
This event will discuss due process as a limit to discretion in international arbitration from a broader, international perspective, from a regional (Middle Eastern) perspective as well as from the perspective of the UAE. The event will address what due process issues have arisen and how courts in the UAE as well as the DIAC have dealt with them, thus allowing participants to get an idea of how to combat the increasing “due process paranoia”.
• Opening Remarks: Ahmed Bin Hezeem, DIAC, Dubai
• Introductory Remarks: Franco Ferrari, NYU
• Due Process as a Limit to Discretion in Arbitration; A Global Perspective, Friedrich
Rosenfeld, NYU Paris, Hanefeld, Hamburg
• Due Process as a Limit to Discretion in Arbitration; The Perspective of the Middle
East, Nayla Comair-Obeid & Zeina Obeid, Obeid Law firm, Beirut
• Due Process as a Limit to Discretion in Arbitration; The Perspective of the UAE and
DIAC, Gordon Blanke, Blanke Arbitration LLC., Dubai
• Closing Remarks, Rashid Shahin, DIAC
For the full program and further information, please see the attached flyer (PDF: 1.41 MB).
To attend, please submit the webinar registration here.