PRAGUE ARBITRATION DAY 2024

PRAGUE ARBITRATION DAY 2024

RETHINKING THE FUTURE OF ARBITRATION

What can the CEE contribute?

Programme


9:00-9:30 Registration
09:30-09:35 Mr Viktor Glatz • Partner at Urban & PRK Partners • Czech Rep.
09:35-09:45 Marek Procházka • PRK Partners • Chairman of Arbitration Commission at ICC (CZ) • Czech Rep.
09:45-10:15 Mr Peter Rosher • Global Chair of International Arbitration practice at Reed Smith, founding member of Paris Arbitration Week • England / France
10:15-11:30 1. Will AI replace us (arbitrators, counsel, tribunal secretaries)?
Ms Kateřina Skryjová • PwC • Czech Rep.
Ms Michelle Glassman Bock • Squire Patton Boggs • USA / Belgium
Mr Roman Prekop • Berger Prekop - ICC Slovakia • Slovakia
Mr Lukáš Krejčí • Škoda Auto in house counsel • Czech Rep.
11:30-12:00 Coffee break
12:00-13:15 2. Is there a certain style of arbitration in German speaking jurisdictions?
Ms Anke Sessler • Skadden, Frankfurt - ICC Court member • Germany
Ms Eliane Fischer • Rothorn • Switzerland
Ms Irene Welser • Cerha Hempel • Austria
Mr Stefan Riegler • Wolf Theiss • Austria
13:15-14:30 Lunch break
14:30-15:45 3. Legitimacy, limitations, and the future of arbitration
Mr Jan Dobrý • Clifford Chance • Czech Rep.
Ms Anna Masser • Allen Overy - ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR member • Germany
Mr Marc Jacob • DLA Piper - Frankfurt • England/ Germany
Mr Petr Vošahlík • BBH • Czech Rep.
15:45-16:15 Coffee break
16:15-17:30 4. Expedited Procedure and Injunctions
Ms Ankita Godbole • Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler • India / Switzerland
Mr Dušan Sedláček • Havel Partners • Czech Rep.
Ms Hjordis Hjartardottir • ICC Counsel in charge of the Eastern European case management team • Iceland / France
Mr Michal Čáp • Rowan Legal • Czech Rep.
17:30-17:45 TBD
17:45-18:30 Walking tour of Prague Castle
18:30+ Evening cocktail

Target Group:

An audience not only from the CEE region but from the rest of Europe as well, with a special focus on in-house counsels, as well as lawyers (legal counsels), arbitrators, and representatives of national and international chambers (banking, insurance, etc.).

Fees:

Early Bird Registration Fee (until 29 February 2024) – 6,500 CZK / 250 EUR incl. VAT per person
Regular Registration Fee (from 1 March 2024) – 7,500 CZK / 290 EUR incl. VAT per person

The price includes conference fee, two coffee breaks, lunch and conference materials.
Cocktail Reception Fee - 2,500 CZK / 100 EUR incl. VAT per person Cocktail reception has to be ordered and paid separately.
Standard discounts for members of the ICC Czech Republic apply.

General information:


This website is supported by:

Allen & Overy, Clifford Chance, DLA Piper, EY, Havel & Partners, ROWAN LEGAL, Squire Patton Boggs, Urban & Hejduk