8 December 2014, Marseille, International Conference for a Euro-Mediterranean Community of International Arbitration
International Conference for a Euro-Mediterranean Community of International Arbitration
December 8, 2014
Marseille – Villa Méditerranée
Closed-door Conference organised by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Délégation interministérielle à la Méditerranée (DiMed).
ISPRAMED will be represented by Mr Rinaldo Sali, Vice Secretary of the Milan Chamber of Arbitration. His speech will outline the steps which led to the creation of the Institute and the recent developments of the works carried out by the Network of Mediterranean Arbitration Centres.
Invitees:Michel Vauzelle, President of the Région Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur Diégo Colas, Deputy Director of the Law of the European Union and International Economic Law, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development Olivier de Saint-Lager, Co-Chair of the OECD Working Group on Investment Security in MENA Region Renaud Sorieul, UNCITRAL Secretary Training Session Ahmed Mahiou, Emeritus Research Director, University of Aix-Marseille Mathias Audit, Professor, University Paris Ouest – Nanterre La défense (Paris X) Mohamed Abdel Raouf, Director, Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (CRCICA) (Egypt) Rinaldo Sali, Vice Secretary General, Milan Chamber of Arbitration (Italy) Hélène van Lith, Secretary, Commission on arbitration and ADR, International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Senior Lecturer – Associate Researcher, Sciences Po Law School Paris (France) Antonio Sánchez-Pedreňo, Chairman, Arbitration Centre of Madrid (Spain) Rabab Yasseen, Attorney-at-law, Mentha & Partners (Switzerland) Filali Osman, Professor, University of Besançon, Former Adviser to Government
Working languages: English and FrenchRead More
Last 10 October 2012 the 3° meeting of the UfM working table on arbitration in the Mediterranean took place in Barcelona.
The working table was established by The Secretariat of the Union for the Mediterranean aware that, for the benefit of SMEs, it is necessary to enhance arbitration procedures in the region.
That considered, the UfM Secretariat established this working group on “Arbitration in the Mediterranean” gathering experts and institutions in order to define a common strategy in to achieve this object.