ICDR - International Business Transactions and Conflict Management: The U.S. and Brazilian Perspectives
November 29, 2011
São Paulo, Brazil
The International Centre for Dispute Resolution® (ICDR), the international division of the American Arbitration Association® (AAA®), and the Arbitration Centre of the American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM), organized this forum to provide practitioners with important information and guidance on a range of international business transactions and conflict management options with a focus on Brazil.
A panel of international business and ADR experts has been assembled to discuss recent developments, issues, cases and trends and to speculate on what lies ahead for international business and ADR in Brazil. The program also will focus on particular areas of growth and practical advice on how to avoid potential problems and enhance predictability for international business transactions.
As each session unfolds, the panel of speakers will discuss the approaches and "best practices" that they employ. Each session of the program shall be introduced by a moderator, followed by topic-specific presentations and discussions. Audience participation with a question-and-answer period ends each session.
Harry Burnett is speaking on a panel entitled, "Selecting the Forum for the Dispute: Exploring the Options."
Crowell & Moring is a sponsor of this event.