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The Institute for Transnational Arbitration and the American Society of International Law will once again host a ½-day conference, bringing together leading practitioners in the field of international arbitration. Chaired by Professor Chiara Giorgetti (Richmond Law School) and Steptoe & Johnson partner Lucinda A. Low, this year’s ITA-ASIL conference will focus on issues of corruption in both investor-state and commercial international arbitration. A distinguished line-up of panelists, including the Honorable Charles N. Brower and Professor Michael Reisman (Yale Law School), will assess the challenges, consequences and effects of corruption allegations in underlying arbitration claims, including issues of evidence, an arbitrators’ duty to investigate, and remedies to be considered when corruption has been found.
This year’s conference will convene on April 8, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill. Registration and conference particulars, including the hosted conference luncheon, can be accessed here. Conference participants have consistently been impressed by the relevance of the topics discussed and high quality of panel participants, and this year will be no different.
Additional information on the ASIL Annual Meeting, taking place after the ITA-ASIL Conference, can be accessed here.