Roschier, YAS and Lindahl events in connection to the Swedish Arbitration Days

On 7 September 2016, Roshier Advokatbyrå, Young Arbitrators Sweden (YAS), and Advokatfirman Lindahl invites to separate seminars in conjunction to Swedish Arbitration Days 8-9 September.

The Roschier event will be a breakfast seminar on the topic of "Russian Arbitration Reinvented – The View from the Outside and the Inside".

An international panel including Maxim Kulkov (Kulkov, Kolotilov and Partners - Russia), Ramunas Audzevicius (Motieka & Audzevicius - Lithuania), Alexey Anischenko (Sorainen - Belarus), and Rikard Wikström (White & Case – Sweden), will discuss a variety of hot topics relating to Russian and CIS arbitration. Moderators are Johan Sidklev (Roschier, Sweden) Julia Popelysheva (Clifford Chance, Russia).

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Young Arbitrators Sweden (YAS) and ICDR Young and International will host 2016 YAS Coffee House Debate, followed by lunch, at the SCC premises. The topic to be debated is “I Ordered Coffee, Why are you Bringing me Tea?!” The debate proposition is that recent developments in arbitral rules and practices have overly “proceduralized” arbitration blurring the line between court proceedings and arbitration, thus undermining its attractiveness.

The teams will be required to take opposing positions which are not necessarily reflective of their personal views. Speakers are Tom Ehrström (Dittmar & Indrenius - Helsinki), Daniel Waerme (Gernandt & Danielsson - Stockholm), Kate Wilford (Hogan Lovells - London) and Tuuli Timonen (White & Case - Helsinki). Moderators are Patricia Shaughnessy (SCC and Stockholm University Department of Law - Stockholm), and James Hope (Vinge - Stockholm).

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Advokatfirman Lindahl together with the SCC invites to an evening seminar at the SCC premises on the topic “Do Arbitrators tend to stretch their Jurisdiction in Investment Arbitration?”. The discussion has its starting point in how arbitral jurisdiction often is controversial in investment arbitration, and that arbitration tribunals and courts have adopted different approaches in cases where jurisdiction has been questioned.

These matters will be addressed by a panel consisting of Prof. Paul Lefebvre (Hanotiau & Van Den Berg, - Belgium), Patricia Shaughnessy (SCC, - Sweden), Dr. Sabine Konrad (McDermott Will & Emery, - Germany), Dr. Alejandro Escobar (Baker Botts - London), Prof. Veijo Heiskanen (Lalive, - Switzerland), Bo Nilsson and Jesper Tiberg (Lindahl, - Sweden).

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