ILI Arbitration Mediation Russia cover 10

 

DATES:               JANUARY 9 - 20, 2023 
     

 

This program is developed specifically for the Russian legal community in exile, to assist in their continued
professional development under extraordinary circumstances.  With the changing geo-political and economic
landscape; advancements in contracts; considerations of sanctions; and vast shifts in supply chains; there
exist, now more than ever, a greater need to understand and master international commercial dispute resolution.



  •  LED BY INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED EXPERTS
  • PROGRAM IS DEVELOPED IN 2–PHASES 
               PHASE 1: FOCUSES ON INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION. 
               PHASE 2: ADDRESSES PROCESS AND STRATEGIES OF MANAGING AN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION.
               
  • SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR:

              SENIOR AND MID-LEVEL LAWYERS, ARBITRATORS, MEDIATORS, ACADEMICS, IN-HOUSE COUNSEL, 
               AND LAW FACULTY 
AND STUDENTS IN AND FROM THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION IN EXILE.

  • FREE: 50 PLACEMENTS AWARDED
  • LANGUAGE: PROGRAM WILL BE CONDUCTED IN ENGLISH
 
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GREETINGS:


The International Law Institute "ILI" is a leading provider of training and technical assistance in international law, international economics and other aspects of international relations. ILI is an independent, non-political, non-profit educational institute serving a global constituency. More than 40,000 participants, from 186 countries, have been trained by ILI and its global affiliates. ILI also provides technical expertise to developing nations in the drafting of laws and the designing of their economic and government policies, in efforts to further support and promote good and efficient governance and development through the rule of law. www.ili.org 

 MASTER PROGRAM:    INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION; 
  AND MANAGING AN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION 



The International Law Institute presents a Master Class program on International Commercial Arbitration and Mediation; and Managing an International Arbitration to expand subject matter proficiency, and transnational need.

ILI is qualified by having taught ADR to legal practitioners and senior government officials for 67 years, as well as traditional court litigation and administration.

The International Law Institute has an established Center of Expertise: The Alternative Dispute Resolution Center, specifically focused on the advancement of knowledge and practice of ADR globally.  ILI provides training and technical assistance on a wide range of ADR related matters with sensitivity to the both domestic and international practice and protocols
, in a practical and proven methodology.

ILI's Alternative Dispute Resolution Center is led by Anne Marie Whitesell (former Secretary General of the ICC International Court of Arbitration and Director of the Georgetown University Law Center Program on International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution). ILI maintains over 50 leading, globally recognized, experts as faculty, leading our dispute resolution programs. 


NOTE: This program is developed specifically for the Russian legal community in exile, to assist in thier continued profressional development under extraordinary circumstances.  With the changing geo-political and economic landscape; advancements in contracts; considerations of sanctions; and vast shifts in supply chains; there exist, now more than ever, a greater need to understand and master international commercial dispute resolution.



LOGISITICS AND DESIGN:

1.]    ONLINE                     Conducted via ZOOM Video Conferencing

2.]  10 SESSIONS Comprised of 10 online sessions; 3 to 4 hours in duration, each. 

3.]  FACULTY  Designed by ILI and a consortium of global recognized commercial arbitration and mediation experts.

4.]  PRACTICAL  Designed to be practical in discussion, design, and delivery. 

5.]  PEER to PEER  Designed to reflect PEER to PEER discussions  
     
6.] NON-POLITICAL ILI fully recognizes current issues and conflicts.  ILI has worked constructively for 66 years with
countries at all stages of economic, political, development and stability, including in times of peace
and conflict.  ILI was born to assist in the rebuilding of Europe after WW2, under the Marshal Plan.

This program is being entered into strictly neutral; strictly non-political; and exclusively to advance
knowledge and skills to legal practitioners and academics whose practice focuses on international
commercial transactions, and the administration of dispute settlement.

  


SCHEDULE:  

                                                                                                              
SESSION PROPOSED DATE TIME DURATION AGENDA  
 
1 JANUARY 9 8:00 AM :45 OPENING AND INTRODUCTIONS  
E.S.T.   
       1.   Welcome and Introductions  
       2.   Overview of the Program  
 
  8:45 AM 2:30 MEDIATION  
 
       1.   Mediation Development and Implementation  
       2.   The Role of the Mediator  
       3.   Powers of the Mediator  
       4.   Obstacles to Settlement  
       5.   Interests vs Positions  
 
  11:15 AM :45 EXERCISE OVERVIEW  
 
       1.  Preparation for Simulated Arbitration Exercise  
       2.  Materials and Casework Distributed  
       3.  Teams Established, Communications, Contacts  
       4.  Expectations and Guidance  
 
 
           
2 JANUARY 10 8:00 AM 3:30 MEDIATION [CONT.]  
E.S.T.   
       1.   Pre-mediation Arrangements  
       2.   Mediation Process, Techniques,
             and Confidentiality
 
       3.   Caucuses  
       4.   Overcoming Impasse  
       5.   Closing Techniques and Finalizing the Settlement  
 
 
           
3 JANUARY 11 8:00 AM 1:45 OVERVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION  
E.S.T.    
       1.   Definitions  
       2.   Advantages and Disadvantages  
       3.   Main Principles and Features  
       4.   Arbitrability  
 
  9:45 AM 2:00 COMPARATIVE AND REGIONAL ADR CONSIDERATIONS  
           
       1.   Overlap and Distinct Difference in Regional ADR
             Systems: Case Types; Case Value; Parties;
             Enforcement: Reporting and Confidentially
 
       2.   Governance, Oversight, Reporting  
       3.   Procedures; Enforcement; Court Considerations  
       4.   Jurisdiction  
 
 
           
4 JANUARY 12 8:00 AM 1:45 DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL LEGAL FRAMEWORK  
E.S.T.   
       1.   The Role of Arbitration Laws  
             •  Impact on Arbitration Agreements  
             •  Support to the Arbitration Process  
             •  Vacating and Enforcement of Awards  
       2.   International Enforcement of Arbitration Awards  
 
  9:45 AM 1:45 ARBITRATION RULES AND PROCEDURES  
 
       1.   The Arbitration Agreement  
       2.   Request and Response to Arbitration  
       3.   Multi-Part Arbitration  
       4.   Consolidation  
       5.   Formation of the Tribunal: Appointment of
              Arbitrators and Challenges
 
       6.   Terms of Reference  
       7.   Interim Measures   
       8.   Hearings and Evidence  
       9.   Closing of Instruction and Drafting the Award  
 
 
           
5 JANUARY 13 8:00 AM 3:30 THE ARBITRATION CLAUSE [LECTURE AND PRACTICE]  
E.S.T.    
      1.   Drafting an Arbitration Clause  
      2.   Fundamentals  
      3.   Optional Desirable Elements  
      4.   Pathological Clauses  
      5.   Exercise: Drafting an Arbitration Clause  
 
 
           
6 JANUARY 16 8:00 AM 1:45 ARBITRATION ETHICS / CHALLENGES TO
ARBITRATORS
 
E.S.T.    
       1.   Overview  
       2.   The Arbitral Tribunal  
       3.   Arbitrator/Neutrals Ethics  
       4.   Checklist for Arbitrator Enforcement of Arbitration
             Awards
 
 
  9:45 AM 1:45 ENFORCEMENT AND SETTING ASIDE OF
ARBITRAL AWARDS
 
 
       1.   Types of Arbitral Awards  
       2.   Recognition and Enforcement  
          3.   The New York Convention  
       4.   How to Vacate Awards  
 
 
           
7 JANUARY 17 8:00 AM 1:45 INTRODUCTION TO INVESTMENT ARBITRATION
AND ICSID
 
E.S.T.    
       1.   Arbitral Process and Jurisdiction  
       2.   Substantive Standards  
       3.   Damages and Valuation  
       4.   Annulment and Enforcement of Awards  
 
  9:45 AM 1:45 MOST FAVORED NATION  
 
       1.   Overview  
       2.   Substantive Provisions  
       3.   Procedural Provisions  
       4.   Contents of the Standard  
       5.   Full Protection and Security  
 
 
           
8 JANUARY 18 8:00 AM 2:00 EXPROPRIATION  
E.S.T.  
       1.   Expropriations Doctrine: Lawful v. Unlawful
             Expropriations, Reparations 
 
       2.   Indirect Expropriations  
       3.   Regularity Measures  
 
FAIR AND EQUITABLE TREATMENT  
 
       1.   Notion of FET  
       2.   Origins and Evolution of FET  
 
 
           
9 JANUARY 19 8:00 AM 3:30 SIMULATED ARBITRATION EXERCISE: 
EVALUATION AND DEBRIEF
 
E.S.T.   
 
 
 
           
10 JANUARY 20  8:00 AM 2:45 ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION  
E.S.T.   
       1.   Background  
       2.   No-Governance Model / External Governance  
       3.   UNCITRAL  
       4.   ODR Types  
       5.   ODR Platforms  
       6.   Advantages / Disadvantages  
       7.   Online Mediation  
       8.   Online Arbitration  
       9.  Technical Considerations  
      10.  Procedural Issues  
      11.  Venue  
      12. Futuer of AI technology in Dispute Resolution  
      13. Data Protection and Cyber-security  
 
           
  10:45 :45 PROGRAM CLOSING  
 
 

 




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ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL LAW INSTITUTE

The International Law Institute "ILI" is a leading provider of training and technical assistance in international law, international economics and other aspects of international relations. ILI is an independent, non-political, non-profit educational institute serving a global constituency. More than 40,000 participants, from 186 countries, have been trained by ILI and its global affiliates. ILI also provides technical expertise to developing nations in the drafting of laws and the designing of their economic and government policies, in efforts to further support and promote good and efficient governance and development through the rule of law. www.ili.org 

ILI was founded in 1955 as part of Georgetown University to assist in the building of governmental and economic institutions and infrastructures in post-war Europe in support of the Marshall Plan. Since that time, ILI has provided training and technical assistance to find practical solutions and opportunities to enhance systems of developing countries and emerging economies. ILI stands as a leading authority and global provider of training and technical assistance in the fields of: Law; Governance; Management; Infrastructure Development, Management, and Finance; International Trade and Investments; Capital Markets; Procurement; Public Policy; Judicial Reform; and Training of Lawyers, among others.


In 1983, ILI became an independent, 501 c 3 Not for Profit organization registered in Washington, District of Columbia.


Our Mission: “Fostering Prosperity Through the Rule of Law”


ILI presents approximately 50 core-training programs each year in our facility in Washington, DC. 


ILI designs and conducts another 15 – 20 specialized programs annually at the request of international organizations, national governments, multilateral sponsoring agencies and other institutions, for professional training. Such training is customized to meet the specific needs of our client. ILI trains both in the U.S. and on-site in our host country. ILI serves as an advisor for specific negotiations, problems and special assignments.

ILI has drafted over 40 laws (ratified) for developing countries among other notable achievements.

ILI works closely with many governments across the globe including the US where we work with the US Department of State, US Foreign Service Institute on International Trade and Investments.


The ILl is an official training partner of both the IFC [International Finance Corporation — World Bank] on private sector investments in large public works; and MIGA [Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency – World Bank]. ILI works closely with most multilateral development banks and international development organizations.


ILI regularly provides technical training on law and governance to private sector officers and government officials of China. ILI was requested to be a founding member of the Belts and Road International Lawyer Association of China. The ILI is recognized as a leading provider of legal, governance and development training throughout Africa and Asia. ILI is partnered within the legal community of India to provide training and conferences on international law, trade, and economics.


The ILI holds observer status at UNCITRAL - the United National United Nations Commission on International Trade Law; UNIDROIT - the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law; and the Hague Conference on Private International Law.


GLOBAL CAPABILITIES


ILI is headquartered in Washington, DC, with independent regional centers in Kampala, Uganda; Abuja, Nigeria; Cairo, Egypt; Santiago, Chile; Istanbul, Turkey; South Africa; a representative’s office in Beijing, China; and is partnered with institutions and universities in India, Austria, Germany, Serbia, Mexico, Singapore, Madagascar, Philippines, and Italy to also train government officials, private sector officers and legal practitioners.


TRAINING RESOURCES


ILI maintains a consortium of 700+ adjunct faculty from leading organizations from around the world. Faculty are derived from government officials, academics from prestigious universities, partners from top global law firms, government sector specialists, senior executives from private sector international organizations, and technical experts and consultants from donor organizations, Think Tanks, and judicial resources. ILI faculty resources are based on balancing scholarly training with global best practices and practical application. Faculty are selected from the foremost practitioners from those disciplines.

In addition to individuals experts as resources, ILI maintains strong relations with domestic and international organizations such as the American Bar Association, World Trade Organization, APEC, leading international law firms, the World Bank, etc.

ILI maintains a highly flexible and adaptive resource base to quickly commit to and expertly administer the needs of our clientele. We are uniquely able to structure teams to support training and projects from 1 day to 4 years, while maintaining continuity of deliverables. ILI believes that long term reliable partnerships are crucial to the success and sustainability of capacity building programs.

ILI utilizes a dynamic and interactive training process which includes: Classroom Lecture; Practicum and Mock Exercises; Site Visits; Professional Networking, and Internships* [*In selected programs]
We believe our unique ability to introduce participants to counterpart governmental, regulatory and multi-national organizations; [to visit these sites and meet with their personnel] will expose each participant a greater level of expertise and practical understanding of systems and management requirements, as well as enhance the total experience of the training itself.


ADVISORS & TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE


ILI serves as an advisor to governments and multilateral organizations. 


ILI CENTERS OF EXPERTISE


The ILI maintains team of technical experts in each of our defined Centers of Expertise:

- The Center for Public Procurement Law and Policy
- The Alternative Dispute Resolution Center
- International Investment Law Center
- The International Trade Law Center
- The Private Investment in Infrastructure Center
- The Center for Comparative Legislative Management
- International Judicial Academy
- Center for Law Reform

PUBLISHERS

ILI publishes international legal and financial publications, as well as other scholarly reports. Topics include: Finance and Country Economics; Law; Governance; International Investments; Military Conflict; Terrorism; International Judicial Assistance; Judicial Updates; International Law Journal, Legal English; International Contracts; Legislative Drafting, International Judicial Assistance, country specific economics and law, among others.