September 14, 2020
On September 14, please join ILS Section sponsor JAMS and the USC Gould School of Law for their Zoom Webinar on “Global Construction Dispute Resolution Update – 2020,” starting at 10:00 a.m. Eastern and co-sponsored by the American Bar Association International Law Section and Dispute Resolution Section, the Miami International Arbitration Society, the New York International Arbitration Center, Arbitral Women, and the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA). The panel, formed by Sam Moss, Counsel at LALIVE in Geneva, Switzerland; Caroline Swartz-Zern, Senior Associate-Allens/Counsel for ACICA in Melbourne, Australia; Nathan O’Malley, Partner at Musick Peeler in Los Angeles; Adriana Braghetta, Independend Arbitrator in Sao Paulo, Brazil; and James Dierking, Assistant General Counsel for Fluor in Orange County, US; and moderated by John Hinchey, Arbitrator and Mediator at JAMS’ Atlanta’s office, will discuss how, despite the evolving COVID-19 pandemic and coinciding socio-economic upheavals, the global construction and engineering industry continues to thrive. The panel will review the most significant dispute resolution developments in the engineering and construction industry, with perspective from several corners of the globe, including Australia, North and South America, Europe and the wider MENA region. To register for the Webinar, please follow this link.
September 24, 2020
On September 24, please join The Government Lawyer Section of The Florida Bar for a Zoom Webinar titled “Potential Pitfalls in International Cases,” starting at 12:00 noon. The panel, formed by the Honorable Michael C. Baggé-Hernández, County Court Judge for Hillsborough County; LCDR Rebecca Castaneda, USCGR, of Castaneda Law Firm; Brad Russell, Foley & Lardner LLP, Jacksonville, Florida; and Charles R. Walsh, Resident Legal Advisor, U.S. Embassy, San Salvador, El Salvador. To register, please follow this link.
November 2-27, 2020
Please join the International Bar Association for its first virtual conference “IBA 2020 – Virtually Together,” from November 2-27, 2020. The virtual conference will be held in place of the IBA’s Annual Conference in Miami, which was postponed due to the pandemic. The change to a virtual conference – which allows for lower costs – will make the virtual conference accessible to many ILS members, giving them the opportunity to experience the incredibly diverse and wide ranging subjects that will be covered in over 250 sessions, and the opportunity to learn from and to virtually network with some of the world’s leading lawyers. For more information about the conference programme and the eminent group of speakers, which includes Ban Ki-Moon, John Kerry, Gordon Brown, and many more, please follow this link.