Dubai arbitration centre to hold dialogue in Seoul
Dubai, February 16, 2011
The Dubai International Arbitration Centre (DIAC) will organise its 5th Arbitration Dialogue in Seoul, South Korea, on March 2.
Entitled "Meet DIAC and its Executive Committee", the open dialogue is being held at The Shilla Hotel on the sidelines of the 14th Annual IBA International Arbitration Day on March 3 and 4, being attended by global arbitration delegates.
The purpose of this international open dialogue is to raise awareness of the centre and to provide a fitting platform for international users of DIAC to meet directly the executive committee members and to have an open discussion with them about DIAC rules and services that are at par with the ones provided by the leading arbitration centres in the world, said a statement.
The panel of speakers include Dr Habib Al Mulla, vice chairman DIAC board of trustees, and Essam Al Tamimi, member, DIAC board, Dr Hadif Al Owais, DIAC acting director and vice-chairman, DIAC executive committee and executive committee members Michael E Schneider, Dr Tarek Fouad A Riad and Dr Fathi Kemicha.
They will discuss a range of important topics relating to commercial arbitration and neutrality,
notably transparency and fairness in the arbitration, and cost issues related to arbitration cases.
The Seoul dialogue follow the success of earlier overseas arbitration dialogues held in London and Paris last year.- TradeArabia News Service
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