Friday, April 21, 2017
The ABA Section of International Law Europe Forum will address hot topics and recent developments in Europe and the United States. Presentations will be relevant to practitioners who already work in an international environment and to those who want to enhance their cross-border exposure. Programs will examine legal issues related to both cross-border transactions and international dispute resolution. Participants will also enjoy valuable networking events in unique and memorable venues.
Agenda: Over the course of two days, this Forum will present ten panels with distinguished speakers who will discuss issues of importance to the European region and transatlantic relations. Panel topics include:
- International Ethics
- Cybersecurity in M&A Deals
- Real Estate Development
- Investor-State Disputes
- Free Trade Agreements
- Gender Diversity in Arbitration
- International Corruption
- Third-Party Funding
- Cross-Border Data Transfer
- Directors’ and Officers’ Liability
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Who Should Attend? Lawyers practicing in Europe or the United States; lawyers with a cross border practice or an interest in European affairs, in-house counsel handling matters in Europe, academics, regulators, and law students with a focus on Europe.