International Commercial Arbitration

The course is based on a case of dispute resolution before an Arbitration center in accordance with ICC Rules. The whole case with a Farsi translation of certain part of the case will be given to the participants at the beginning of the first day and during the course, they will learn how to file an arbitration claim and how to draft a memorandum and how to present their arguments in an arbitration proceeding. Subject that will be covered by this course includes Emergency Arbitration, joinder in International Commercial Arbitration, ICC Rules and as the problem of the case involves the International sale of goods, a part of the course is allocated to this topic including Introduction to CISG, Interoperation in GISC, Avoidance of Contract and Breach in CISG. Participants will be divided into 3 groups, analyzing the case from the Claimant, Respondent and Arbitrator perspective.
Time 24-26 July
Place Tehran- MIS Tehran Office
Lecturers Dr. Mohsen Mohebi- Dr. Hamideh Barmakhshad- Dr. Ebrahim Shoarian- Dr. Nima Narollahi- Mr. Ali Dehdashti- Dr. Shahram Shams-
Syllabus Introduction to International Commercial Arbitration- ICC arbitration, drafting arbitration clause and pathological arbitration clauses- Emergency arbitration and joinder in International Commercial Arbitration and ICC rules- Introduction to CISG- Interpretation in CISDrafting request for arbitration and memorandums- Oral presentation and hearings
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