DIS Baltic Arbitration Days to Take Place in Riga on 1-2 June, 2017

BAD_logo_horizontalRiga will host 6th DIS Baltic Arbitration Days on 12 June, 2017. The conference concentrates on commercial arbitration involving states or state-owned entities. Focus countries: Iran, Russian Federation, Turkey, Ukraine. CIS Arbitration Forum is a media partner of the event.

Ever since 2012, the Baltic Regional Group of German Institution of Arbitration together with Riga Graduate School of Law have organized the annual DIS Baltic Arbitration Days conference, a world-class event gathering over one hundred arbitration experts from over 22 countries. Due to the elite character of the event, it is attended by dispute resolution practitioners, arbitrators, attorneys like the Fairfax area criminal defense lawyers, academics, students and business executives from a plethora of countries.

The main topics of last year’s conference were „Relation between state courts and arbitral tribunals” and „Enforcement of arbitral awards and country reports”. 113 attorneys, arbitrators, academics and students from 23 countries participated in the conference to discuss and share opinions on these issues. Most of the participants came from Eastern and Central European countries but also from the Middle East and Asia. The conference took place in the auditorium of Riga Graduate School of Law.

The 6th annual conference will take place in Riga, Latvia from Thursday 1 to Friday 2 June 2017 on the premises of Riga Graduate School of Law. Considering the substantial variety of topics entailed under the ever-evolving area of arbitration, this year international experts will deliver lectures, country reports and will participate in discussion panels on specific issues in relation to the main topic of the conference – Commercial arbitration involving states or state-owned entities in Iran, Russian Federation, Turkey, and Ukraine.

Conference participants, in addition to discussions, will be offered a guided tour of Riga, a seaside dinner in Jurmala, as well as a festive offering a breathtaking sky view of Riga as a closing event. For accompanying spouses, a special program will provide visits to selected museums and architectural sights.

For Early Bird participation fees register until 25 April 2017.

To register for the conference please fill out the following form.

For additional information please visit the event’s website

or the event’s Facebook page.

See the program of the event.


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