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Arbitration in Family and Inheritance Law

ONLINE, WEBINAR

21.04.2021

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Presentation

Wednesday, April 21
from 4:30 PM to 5:45 PM CEST (Paris, Madrid)
9:30 – 10:45 AM CDT (Mexico City) / 11:30 AM – 12:45 PM ART (Buenos Aires)
Free of charge – Registration Required

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email explaining how to join the capsule.
This Capsule will be held in English, French and Spanish with summaries in the 3 languages

Nowadays, the continuous mobility and transfers of people, families and assets are more and more frequent: is arbitration an effective global alternative for the resolution of conflicts in specific cases and issues related to Family and Succession Law?
We will share the current state of arbitration in these matters, its perspectives, its challenges and its potential.

Opening Remarks:

• Jorge MARTÍ MORENO, UIA President, Uría Menéndez, Valencia, Spain

 

Moderators:

• Urquiola DE PALACIO DEL VALLE DE LERSUNDI, UIA Vice-president, President of the Madrid Court of Arbitration, Palacio & Asociados Abogados, Madrid, Spain
• Federico PRUS, President of the UIA Family Law commission, Estudio Jurídico Dr. Prus, Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

Speakers:

• Simon BRUCE, Past President of the UIA Family Law commission, Farrer & Co, London, UK
• Elodie MULON, President of CALIF (Centre d´arbitrage des Litiges Familiaux), Mulon & Associés, Paris, France
• Luis ZARRALUQUI NAVARRO, Past President of the UIA Family Law commission, Zarraluqui Abogados de Familia, Madrid, Spain
• Laurence KIFFER, President of the UIA International Arbitration Commission, Lawyer at the Paris Bar, Paris, France

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