Seminar

Webinar: Focus on pathological clauses and collaborative law

Webinar: Focus on pathological clauses and collaborative law

Webinar: Focus on pathological clauses and collaborative law

20.05.2021 BE law

On 21 June 2021 at 2 pm, Stibbe partners Nicolas Résimont and Oliver Stevens host a webinar on pathological clauses and collaborative law for the members of the Practice Group Effective Dispute Resolution of IBJ/IJE.

The drafting of the dispute resolution clause is crucial. A poorly drafted or imprecise arbitration clause can have serious consequences.  Nicolas Résimont will share his experience in this field and will give us advice on how to optimise the drafting.
Oliver Stevens, recently trained in collaborative law, will explain the advantages of this new alternative dispute resolution method initiated in the United States in the 1990s.

The webinar is open for registration for company lawyers affiliated with IBJ/IJE (Instituut voor Bedrijfsjuristen / Institut des Juristes d'Entreprise).

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