International Dispute Resolution, Arbitration and Mediation

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
A Central London (Inghilterra)

£ 8.000 - (8.942 )

Informazione importanti

  • Seminario intensivo
  • Intermediate
  • Central london (Inghilterra)
  • 60 ore di lezione
  • Durata:
    10 Days
  • Quando:
    Da definire

This Course is Designed For:
Legal Researchers
Legal Consultants
In-house counsels
Corporate Executives
Legal Secretaries
Political Science graduates
Law students
Law Enforcers
Employees performing legal duties
Court Employees
Clerks of Court
Legal Analysts
Other professionals who want to have a clear understanding of the legal system

Informazione importanti

Requisiti: Degree or Relevant Work Experience


Dove e quando

Inizio Luogo
Da definire
Da definire
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Central London
Carburton Street, W1W 5EE, London, Inghilterra
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Cosa impari in questo corso?

IT Law
IT risk
Dispute Resolution
International Dispute Resolution
Qualifications of Arbitrator
Procedure and Evidence
Negotiating the Dispute
Contractual Pre-Arbitration Procedures
Early Case Assessment
Assessing the Legal Merit
International Settlement Negotiation and Mediation
Mediator Fees
Arbitration Process
Written Submission and Evidence
Hearing Stage
Award Stage
Challenging International Arbitral Awards
Investment Treaty Arbitration
Sovereign Immunity
Grounds for Resisting Enforcement
Action to Set Aside
Provisional Remedies
Expedited Arbitration


Course Contents, Concepts and Issues:

Elements of an International Dispute Resolution Agreement
  • International Dispute Resolution Clauses
  • Parts of International Dispute Resolution Agreement
  • Submission of Disputes to Arbitration
  • Referral to Arbitration
  • Variables of an International Arbitration Clause
  • The Place of Arbitration
  • Institutions Which Administer Arbitration and Mediation and Their Rules
  • Ad Hoc Arbitration
  • Number of Arbitrators
  • Language of the Arbitration
  • Bells and Whistles
  • Joinder and Consolidation
  • Negotiation Prior to Arbitatration
  • ICC Pre-Arbitral Referee Procedure
  • Qualifications of Arbitrator
  • Procedure and Evidence
  • Allocation of Cost
  • Time Limits for Award
  • Baseball Arbitration
  • Waiver of Sovereignty Immunity
  • Conclusion
  • Agreements to Mediate Before Arbitration
  • Elements of A Mediation Step Clause
  • Mediation Institutions
International Dispute Resolution Agreement Negotiations
  • Attempt to Avoid Negotiation
  • Negotiating the Dispute Clause through a Common Dispute Resolution Values
  • Answering Objections Using Arbitration
  • Answering Objections to Institutional Arbitration
  • Answering the Insistence on Arbitration in a Country without a Reliable Court System
  • Mitigating, Quantifying, and Accepting the Risk of Disadvantageous or Imperfect Dispute Resolution
  • Real Deal-Breakers
Emergence of Dispute
  • Preliminaries Once Litigation Is Probable
  • Contractual Pre-Arbitration Procedures
  • Letters before Action and Preliminary Correspondence
  • Privilege and Creating New Document
  • Key Employees and Witnesses
  • Important Documents
  • Insurance Notification
  • Media
  • Submitting or Responding To a Request?
  • Claimant or Respondent?
  • Alternatives to Commencing Arbitration or To Be Carried Out In Conjunction with Starting Arbitration
  • Dispute Resolution Clause Amendment
  • Informal Resolution Options
  • Using Early Evaluation to Quantify the Entire Dispute Risk
  • Early Case Assessment (ECA)
  • Gathering Evidence and Assessing the Facts
  • Assessing the Legal Merit
  • Potential Implications of an Early Case Assessment (ECA) on Balance Sheet Accounting
  • Estimating the Total Cost of the Arbitration and Factors Influencing Costs
  • Engaging and Disengaging Legal Counsel
  • ‘In-Sourcing’ Arbitration Work
  • Retaining External Counsel
  • Estimating, Budgeting, and Managing Costs of External Counsel
International Settlement Negotiation and Mediation
  • The Settlement Process
  • Settlement Goals
  • Entertaining the Idea of Mediation
  • Searching For an International Mediator and Organising the Mediation
  • Date and Place Agreement
  • Right Mediator for the Parties and the Dispute
  • Mediator Fees
  • Mediation Confidentiality
  • Scheduling Considerations in Delaying or Deferring the Arbitration or Other Binding Dispute Resolution Pending Mediation
  • Mediation Advocacy
  • Procedural Flexibility of Mediation
  • Common Pitfalls for Advocates in Mediation
Arbitration Process
  • The Preliminary Stage
  • Commencing the Arbitration
  • Answer and Reply
  • Default Proceedings
  • Early Dismissal of the Case Due To Lack of Jurisdiction
  • Appointment of Arbitrators
  • Challenge, Removal, and Replacement of Arbitrators
  • Appointment of A Secretary to the Tribunal and the Risk of a ‘Fourth Arbitrator’
  • Preliminary Steps Taken By the Tribunal When Constituted
  • Time Limits for the Completion of the Arbitration
  • Bifurcation
  • Expedited Arbitration
  • Provisional Remedies
  • Written Submission and Evidence
  • Written Submissions
  • Written Evidence
  • The Hearing Stage
  • The Hearing
  • Post-Hearing Submissions
  • The Award Stage
  • Deliberations
  • The Award
  • Correction, Interpretation or Revision of the Award
  • Effects of the Award
Challenge, Recognition, and Enforcement of the Award
  • Challenging International Arbitral Awards
  • Types of Challenge
  • Procedure for an Action to Set Aside
  • Grounds for an Action to Set Aside
  • Effect of the Setting Aside of an Award
  • Recognition and Enforcement of International Arbitral Awards
  • Negotiation and Settlement of the International Arbitral Awards
  • Recognition vs. Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards
  • The Legal Framework for Recognition and Enforcement of International Arbitral Awards
  • Administrative Steps Prior To Enforcement Proceedings
  • Procedure for Enforcement and Resisting Enforcement
  • Grounds for Resisting Enforcement
  • Enforcement of Awards Set Aside At the Seat of Arbitration
  • Sovereign Immunity as a Defence to Enforcement
International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) and Investment Treaty Arbitration
  • Investment Treaty Arbitration
  • Investors and Investments Protected By Treaties
  • Protections to Investments Covered By Investment Treaties
  • Availability of Arbitration to Enforce Treaty Protections
  • Conduct for Which Parties Have Sought Redress in Arbitration under Investment Treaties
  • Enhancing Investment Treaty Protection When Planning Foreign Business Activities
  • ICSID Arbitration

Ulteriori informazioni

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute is registered with the UK Registry of Learning Providers (UKRLP) of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), formerly Department of Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS). Its registration number is 10019585 and can be verified at