Specialised Arbitration & Advocacy Skills in International Oil & Gas Disputes
5 June 2007
Specialised Arbitration & Advocacy Skills in International Oil & Gas Disputes - An Annual CEPMLP Seminar exploring the legal and practical issues arising in the resolution of oil and gas disputes through commercial and investment arbitration (provisionally scheduled for 27-31 August 2007)
|Date:||27-31 August 2007 (provisional)|
|The Venue:||The Old Course Hotel, St. Andrews, Scotland, UK (email@example.com), telephone: 01334 474371, www.oldcoursehotel.co.uk|
General Course Description:
This course provides the participants with a unique perspective on the application of international arbitration law and investment arbitration law to cases involving all three sectors of the oil & gas industry (upstream, midstream, and downstream). Through a combination of lectures, case study, and interactive panel discussion the course identifies a broad variety of issues that can arise in the course of oil & gas arbitrations and provides insights as to how to avoid the many pitfalls that can arise due to the subtleties of arbitration law/investment arbitration law and the complexities of oil and gas contractual provisions and disputes.
The combined discussions and case studies of actual oil and gas cases, contemporary oil and gas contractual provisions, and recent developments in arbitration law and investment arbitration law and practice will serve to focus the participants' understanding and analytical skills with respect to the resolution of oil and gas disputes through arbitration.
More information is available at http://www.dundee.ac.uk/cepmlp/main/html/Seminars/2007/Aug2007_CEPMLP_Arbitration_and_Advocacy_Skills.php
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