Arbitration Clauses: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

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You are  invited to attend the first event in 2019 of the International Arbitration Series, a joint initiative of the CIArb Australia and Federal Court of Australia.

Addressed by a distinguished chair and panel, the topics of the seminar will focus on arbitration clauses: the good, the bad and the ugly.

This will be followed by a Q & A session. Drinks and canapés will be served at the conclusion of proceedings.

Chair:  The Hon Justice Neil McKerracher, Justice of the Federal Court of Australia

Pathological drafting  – The Hon John Gilmour QC, Barrister, Quayside Chambers

Choosing seat and governing lawAngelina Gomez, Counsel, Clifford Chance

Issues in constituting tribunal at outset and on enforcementJames Healy, CIArb Australia Vice President and Barrister, Francis Burt Chambers  

 
Date:
Tuesday, 19 March 2019
 
Time:
5.15 pm – 6.15 pm (with networking drinks until 7.15pm)
 
Venue:
Federal Court of Australia
Court 1, Peter Durack Commonwealth Law Courts Building
1 Victoria Avenue, Perth
Western Australia
 
RSVP:
By no later than Friday, 15 March 2019
 
CIArb Media:
Gianna Totaro
CEO
CIArb Australia
Mob: 0438 337 328
info@ciarb.net.au
 

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Supporting Organisations:
 
ACICA
Law Council of Australia
 
 

As this event is free of charge for CIArb Members and Guests, registrations are essential and places are strictly limited. Please denote in the Special Requirements section of the Registration form if you will be attending in the city other than your usual location.

 

Chair

Justice McKerracker The Hon Justice Neil McKerracher
Judge, Federal Court of Australia
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Presenters

John Gilmour The Hon John Gilmour QC
Barrister, Quayside Chambers
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Angelina Gomez Angelina Gomez
Counsel, Clifford Chance
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james healy James Healy
CIArb Australia Vice President and Barrister, Francis Burt Chambers
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