Save the Date: 4th EFILA ANNUAL LECTURE by Prof. George A. Bermann

On Thursday, 25 October 2018, Prof. George A. Bermann (Columbia University New York) will deliver the 4th EFILA Annual Lecture. “Recalibrating the European Union—International Arbitration Interface” PROGRAMME: 16.30 – 17.00 Registration, Coffee, Tea 17.00 -17.15 Welcome address by Prof. Dr. Nikos Lavranos, Secretary General of EFILA 17.15-18.00 Annual Lecture by Prof. George A. Bermann (Columbia University New… Read More Save the Date: 4th EFILA ANNUAL LECTURE by Prof. George A. Bermann

Brussels, 23 February | CEA Third Annual Conference: The present and near future of new technologies in arbitration

The Club Español del Arbitraje (the “CEA”) is a Spanish non-profit organization constituted in 2005 with the purpose to promote arbitration as an alternative method of conflict resolution and the development of arbitration in Spanish and Portuguese or Latin-American component. The CEA counts with more than 1000 members of 40 countries and 28 international chapters… Read More Brussels, 23 February | CEA Third Annual Conference: The present and near future of new technologies in arbitration

Press Release: Launch of DAVA | Strategic Analysis – We Are Looking East

  DAVA | Strategic Analysis is not just another geopolitical think-tank. Our platform is designed to offer insight in nowadays’ most turbulent international affairs from multiple angles: strategic, geoeconomic, political, cultural and religious. It is an integrated vision upon the crises that rage across Eurasia. And upon tensions that are accumulating in this part of… Read More Press Release: Launch of DAVA | Strategic Analysis – We Are Looking East

The first steps towards a Multilateral Investment Court (MIC)

by Prof. Nikos Lavranos, Secretary-General of EFILA   On the instigation of the EU, the UNCITRAL Commission adopted a broad mandate for a Working Group to: identify and consider concerns regarding ISDS; consider whether reforms are desirable in light of the identified concerns; if the Working Group were to conclude that reform is desirable, to… Read More The first steps towards a Multilateral Investment Court (MIC)