Historically, financial institutions were reluctant to use arbitration. But due to the changing landscape of financial disputes and proven benefits of arbitration as a dispute resolution mechanism, financial institutions are becoming increasingly more willing to consider arbitration as an important alternative to litigation. The PLI presenter will address key concepts of international arbitration and explain how financial institutions may make good use of this dispute resolution mechanism.
Topics to be addressed include:
- How does international arbitration differ from litigation?
- What are the advantages of international arbitration from the perspective of financial institutions?
- What types of financial disputes have been most frequently referred to arbitration?
- How to draft an effective arbitration clause
- What are the most frequently used arbitration rules and seats from the perspective of financial institutions?
This program is accredited for CLE – Continuing Legal Education. For more information or to register, contact Robin Hallagan, +1 216 479 8115. There is a cost for attending this PLI program.