Upcoming Events

May 5, 2021

May is #WorldTradeMonth, where we celebrate the importance of international trade to the U.S. economy. In celebration of World Trade Month, Diaz Trade Law is organizing a series of webinars throughout the month of May.

Webinars will be held via Zoom and be available for streaming on demand! The webinars are all eligible for continuing education credit from the NCBFAA Educational Institute. Space is limited and registration is required! Access instructions will be provided after registration is complete. The schedule for the webinars is as follows:

May 5 – Importing 101 – Introduction to U.S. Customs
May 12 – Exporting 101 – Introduction to Export Controls
May 19 – CBP – ACE: Auditing your Import History
May 26 – CBP – ACE: Auditing your Export History

To learn more about the webinars and to register, please follow this link: https://diaztradelaw.com/training-seminars-webinars/.

May 5-6, 2021

Sign up for the ABA International Law Section’s International Arbitration Skills Masterclass, a hands-on two-day training program designed to help you develop your arbitral skills by learning from some of the world’s best international arbitration lawyers.

The program will include dynamic virtual presentations, practice sessions, and tailored and individual feedback from renowned figures in the international arbitration community. Participants will learn and practice the best methods, techniques, and the dos and don’ts for conducting a merits hearing, including: (i) Opening statements; (ii) Cross-examination and re-direct examination of fact witness; (iii) Cross-examination and re-direct examination of expert witnesses; and (iv) closing arguments.

The masterclass will help develop the attendees’ presentation and examination skills, provide tailored feedback from the international community’s superstars, and give practical tools for becoming better arbitration practitioners.

The masterclass will feature the following Distinguished Speakers: Adriana Braghetta, Adriana Braghetta Advogados, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil; MIchael Buhler, Orrick, France, Paris; Brian Casey, Bay Street Chambers, Toronto, Canada; Tai-Heng Cheng, Sidley Austin LLP, New York, NY; Erica Franzetti, Dechert, Washington D.C.; Francisco Gonzalez de Cossio, Gonzalez de Cossio Abogados, Mexico City, Mexico; Melissa Gorsline, Jones Day, Washington D.C.; Bernard Hanotiau, Hanotiau & van der Berg, Brussels, Belgium; Betsy Hellman, Skadden, New York, NY; Paula Hodges QC, Herbert Smith Freehills, London, U.K.; Yasmine Lahlou, Chaffetz Lindsay, New York, NY; Richard C. Lorenzo, Hogan Lovells, Miami, FL; Kathleen Paisley, AMBOS, Brussels, Belgium; Tafadzwa Pasipanodya, Foley Hoag, Washington D.C.; Jan Paulsson, Three Crowns, Dubai, United Arab Emirates; David W. Rivkin, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, New York, NY; Anibal Martin Sabater, Chaffetz Lindsay, New York, NY; and Gonzalo Stampa, Stampa Abogados, Madrid, Spain.


May 7, 2021

The Florida Bar International Law Section invites all its Members to sign up for the Webinar “Courts and Divisive Social Issues,” an installment of the Law in The Americas Webinar Series offered on May 7, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. EST by the University of Dayton School of Law in partnership with Universidad de Especialidades Espiritu Santo. The Webinar will explore the roles of various courts in the handling of social issues where strong proponents exist on both sides. To register, please follow this link.