Webinar Panel Session

The After Life of Arbitral Proceedings: Finding Finality
Date: Tuesday, June 11, 2024
Time: 4:00 PM CET
Among the cornerstone reasons that international arbitration is often preferred by users over national court litigation are the finality of the proceedings and enforceability of the resulting arbitral award. In the next webinar hosted by Wolters Kluwer, ‘The After Life of Arbitral Proceedings: Finding Finality’, our expert speakers will explore finality and enforceability from various perspectives. They will touch upon the lis pendens doctrine, and how it may come into play to strike a balance between the authority of courts and arbitral tribunals while arbitration proceedings are ongoing. They will also consider the afterlife of an arbitral award once it is issued, including the various grounds of the New York Convention that can be invoked to permit a party to resist its enforcement when it is presented to a national court. Several of the speakers will preview the important considerations and practical guidance presented in their forthcoming contributions to Kluwer Arbitration’s Practical Insights tool.

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Moderator:

Kiran Nasir Gore

Law Offices of Kiran N Gore PLLC, Washington, DC, USA
and General Editor, Practical Insights - Kluwer Arbitration

Presenters:

Gabriel Fusea

Senior Associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Paris, France
and Co-Author, Practical Insights - Kluwer Arbitration

Yasmine Lahlou

Partner at Chaffetz Lindsey LLP, New York, United States
and Co-Author, Practical Insights - Kluwer Arbitration

Andreas Frischknecht

Partner at Chaffetz Lindsey LLP, New York, United States
and Co-Author, Practical Insights - Kluwer Arbitration

Alicja Zielińska-Eisen 

Arbitrator, Of Counsel at Queritius, Berlin, Germany Warsaw, Poland
and Author, Practical Insights - Kluwer Arbitration
 
 
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