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Mediation and Dispute Resolution, 27-28.10.2014

От 27 Октомври 2014 до 28 Октомври 2014

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Sofia, Han Asparuh Str. 8


Семинарът е организиран от ICC Bulgaria съвместно с ICC Paris и Професионалната Асоциация на Медиаторите в България (ПАМБ).  



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Day one, 27.10.2014

9.00 – 9.30     Registration

9.30 – 10.00    Words of welcome and introduction

10.00 – 11.00    Why mediate? Mediation’s relevance to business
                - Mediation as Justice and Marketplace model
                - Why is it in a company’s interest to settle complex, international commercial disputes through mediation?
                - How have companies made mediation a central part of their dispute resolution strategy?
                - Why do companies choose administered mediation?

11.00 – 11.20    Coffee break

11.20 - 12.00     The new ICC Mediation Rules (Part I)
                - ADR becomes Mediation: The drafting of the new ICC Mediation Rules
                - Getting started: How to initiate proceedings under the ICC Mediation Rules

12.00 – 13.00    Conduct of mediation proceedings: Avoiding and overcoming hurdles, dealing with confidentiality
                - How are mediations conducted under the new Rules?
                - How can agreement on the language(s) and place of the mediation be achieved if the parties cannot see eye to eye?
                - How is the obligatory initial discussion between the mediator and the parties organized?
                - What do the mediator and the parties need to decide about the conduct of the proceedings?

13.00 – 14.00    Lunch

14.00 – 15.00  The new ICC Mediation Rules (Part II)
               - The mediator: Finding the right person for your dispute
               - Money matters: Costs and payments

15.00 – 15.20 Coffee Break

15.20 – 16.20 Drafting an effective mediation clause: The new ICC model clauses for mediations
              - What are the important elements of an effective mediation clause?
              - What are the potential pitfalls of a poorly drafted mediation clause?
              - What considerations should you keep in mind in choosing between the different ICC model clauses for mediation?

16.20 – 17.00 Mediation as a part of hybrids, on-line mediation, automated facilitation and etc. Why the future of mediation remains unfinished business.

17.00 – 17.15 Closing remarks


Day Two, 28.10.2014 - Practical training with cases of ICC Paris


09.30 - 14.30  Practical training with cases of ICC Paris

14.30 - 15:30  Working lunch and cocktail

Key speaker - Thierry Garby

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Thierry Garby - IMI Certified Mediator

Mr. Garby is considered an international authority in the field. After studying law and political science (Institut d’études politiques – Sciences Po Paris), Thierry Garby became an attorney at the Paris Bar in 1972. He immediately began to specialize in international business law, assisting foreign businesses in their operations in France and French businesses in their operations abroad. He also developed a significant practice in litigation and particularly in international arbitration. Nevertheless, his interest and desire to find amicable solutions prior to litigation compelled him to begin learning negotiation techniques that led him to study the works of leading academics at Harvard University and eventually led to the publication of his own book, Learn How to Negotiate in 1991.

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Aleš Zalar - Еxpert at the European Commission, former Minister of Justice of Slovenia

 Aleš Zalar was born on 22 October 1961. He graduated in law. From 1989 to 2008 he was a judge. At the end of his career as a judge he was a Senior District Court Judge. From 1991 to 2007 he was the President of the Basic Court in Ljubljana and later the District Court in Ljubljana. He was then the EU's legal consultant for EU law with the Romanian Supreme Court and for mediation with the Croatian Ministry of Justice. As a representative of the Council of Europe, the European Commission, the UN, the development agency USAID and the World Bank he has advised the governments of 14 European countries on judicial systems and efficiency policies, independence and responsibility in the judicial system, the fight against corruption and alternative dispute settlement.

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Shraddha Bhosale is working as Deputy Manager with the ICC International Centre for ADR since October 2013. She is mainly responsible for case management within the Centre, but has also been responsible for the organization of the 9th ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition and the 1st New ICC Mediation Rules Workshop in 2014. Before joining ICC, Shraddha worked as an Associate and Trainee Solicitor at a law firm in India. She is an Indian qualified lawyer admitted to the Bar Council of India.


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