What to expect from the ICCA-ASIL-ICSID Seminar on Damages next week

The subject of damages in international arbitration poses critical questions. During the ICCA-ASIL-ICSID Seminar on Damages on Tuesday, 11 April, the ICCA-ASIL Task Force will address the subject head-on, providing participants with a better perspective by illustrating the life of a damages case, sharing the Task Force's steps to developing a damages tool of practical application and offering participants the opportunity to contribute their ideas and feedback.

Highlights of the programme include remarks by ICCA President Donald Donovan and ICCA Vice-president and ICSID Secretary-general Meg Kinnear. Participants can also expect to engage with Task Force Co-chairs Catherine Amirfar and Gabrielle Nater-Bass, as well as Task Force members: Olufunke Adekoya (Nigeria), Sarah Grimmer (Hong Kong), Hilary Heilbron (England), Mark Kantor (US), M. Alexis Maniatis (US), Irmgard Marboe (Austria), Chudozie Okongwu (US), Kathleen Paisley (Belgium), Patrick Pearsall (US), Adriana San Román Rivera (Mexico), Guido Santiago Tawil (Argentina), Thierry J. Senechal (France), Jennifer Hall Vanderhart (US), Swee Yen Koh (Singapore) and Karim A. Youssef (Egypt).

View the full programme here. 

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