International Arbitration – CLE Webinar on November 10th
The international arbitration landscape is, like many other areas of legal practice, continuously evolving. GCs and corporate legal teams must decide which forums they wish to bring disputes in. Does International Arbitration still boast the holy trinity of speed, cost and confidentiality? Has its procedural flexibility allowed it to embrace the advent of artificial intelligence and other technology? Or have arbitrators and institutions been slowly reverting to type by bringing litigation tools and culture into a forum that has proudly tried to distinguish itself over the years. Our panel will discuss and likely disagree on all of this and more this Friday afternoon!
This program has been approved for one hour of substantive CLE credit in Pennsylvania and New York. Accreditation for this program is pending for one hour of substantive credit in Florida, California, Georgia and Minnesota. Credit is also provided for any reciprocal jurisdiction.
- Al-Karim Makhani, Vice President Consulting and Information Governance, TransPerfect Legal Solutions
- Alexandra Mitretodis, Partner, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP
- Michael Lazaroff, Partner, Rimon
- Paul Gupta, Partner, Rimon
Michael Lazaroff is a partner in the Rimon Litigation group in the New York office. He is an experienced trial and appellate lawyer with over two decades of experience in complex commercial litigation and arbitration representing both defendants and plaintiffs. His extensive experience includes international litigation and arbitration, multidistrict actions, class actions, partnership disputes, antitrust litigation and counseling, copyright litigation, complex contract disputes, and pharmaceutical litigation.
Paul Gupta is a partner in the Rimon Litigation group in the New York office. has over 30 years of experience with arbitrations, mediations, jury trials, and evidentiary hearings in technology and other matters. He serves as an arbitrator and mediator in many jurisdictions. He is a member of the following AAA Panels: Large Complex Cases, Employment, Technology, Cybersecurity, IP and Commercial. He is also a member of the NAM/Tapestry ADR panel. In addition, he represents claimants as well as respondents in complex proceedings.