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Venue Location

Zurich Marriott Hotel

Neumühlequai 42
Zürich, Switzerland

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Event Details

What should, what must an arbitrator disclose? Which circumstances disqualify an arbitrator in the eyes of the parties, counsel, or the courts? Does it all depend upon the institutions, the parties, the seat of the arbitration, or the type of arbitration? There is obviously lack of uniformity and predictability. Should the arbitration community do something about it? Is it all just a pretext for disruption of perfectly legitimate proceedings?


Few issues in international arbitration are so prevalent and at the same time so disputed. This conference tackles these issues head on and tries to provide some guidance in the jungle of rules, practices and views. Whether it achieves to show a clear path will be for the attendees to judge.

Agenda
Agenda
Speakers
Speakers
  • Jan-Michael Ahrens (Head of Litigation (Infrastructure & Cities) at Siemens AG)

    Jan-Michael Ahrens

    Head of Litigation (Infrastructure & Cities) at Siemens AG

  • Diana Akikol (Partner at ABR Avocats)

    Diana Akikol

    Partner at ABR Avocats

  • Gary Born (President of the SIAC Court of Arbitration and Partner at WilmerHale)

    Gary Born

    President of the SIAC Court of Arbitration and Partner at WilmerHale

  • Felix Dasser (ASA President and Partner at Homburger)

    Felix Dasser

    ASA President and Partner at Homburger

  • Alexander Fessas (Secretary General at ICC International Court of Arbitration)

    Alexander Fessas

    Secretary General at ICC International Court of Arbitration

  • Laurent Gouiffès (Partner at Hogan Lovells)

    Laurent Gouiffès

    Partner at Hogan Lovells

  • Ulrich Hagel (Head of Claim Governance, Litigation & Procurement Support at Bombardier Transportation)

    Ulrich Hagel

    Head of Claim Governance, Litigation & Procurement Support at Bombardier Transportation

  • Jamie Harrison (Deputy Director General of London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA))

    Jamie Harrison

    Deputy Director General of London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA)

  • Paula Hodges (Head of Global Arbitration Practice at Herbert Smith Freehills)

    Paula Hodges

    Head of Global Arbitration Practice at Herbert Smith Freehills

  • Charles Kaplan (Partner at Orrick)

    Charles Kaplan

    Partner at Orrick

  • Gottlieb Keller (General Counsel at Roche Holding AG)

    Gottlieb Keller

    General Counsel at Roche Holding AG

  • Nishtha Kharb Shukla (Director, Singapore Chapter of Association of Corporate Counsel)

    Nishtha Kharb Shukla

    Director, Singapore Chapter of Association of Corporate Counsel

  • Pierrick Le Goff (Partner at De Gaulle Fleurance & Associés)

    Pierrick Le Goff

    Partner at De Gaulle Fleurance & Associés

  • Álvaro López de Argumedo Piñeiro (Partner at Uría Menéndez)

    Álvaro López de Argumedo Piñeiro

    Partner at Uría Menéndez

  • Gabrielle Nater-Bass (President of SCAI and Partner at Homburger)

    Gabrielle Nater-Bass

    President of SCAI and Partner at Homburger

  • Wolfgang Peter (Partner at Peter and Partners Int'l Ltd)

    Wolfgang Peter

    Partner at Peter and Partners Int'l Ltd

  • V. V. Veeder Q.C. (Arbitrator at 24 Lincoln's Inn Fields)

    V. V. Veeder Q.C.

    Arbitrator at 24 Lincoln's Inn Fields

  • Laurence Shore (Partner at Bonelli Erede)

    Laurence Shore

    Partner at Bonelli Erede

  • Pierre Tercier (Independent Arbitrator)

    Pierre Tercier

    Independent Arbitrator

  • Nathalie Voser (Partner at Schellenberg Wittmer)

    Nathalie Voser

    Partner at Schellenberg Wittmer

Gala Dinner
Gala Dinner

The Winter Dinner preceding the Conference will be taking place in the Zunfthaus zur Meisen at the heart of Zurich on 6 February 2020.


We look forward to welcoming you in this charming rococo palace full of history and tradition. During the dinner ASA will announce the winner of the ASA Advocacy Prize 2020.


Make sure to join us. 

Tickets
Tickets

Member Conference

Early Bird Price is available until 31 December 2019.

Early Bird Price CHF560
Standard Price CHF610

Non-member Conference

Early Bird Price is available until 31 December 2019.

Early Bird Price CHF730
Standard Price CHF780

Advocacy Prize Dinner & After Party

CHF150
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Sponsors
Sponsorship
Sponsorship

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