“Meeting Business Needs in the Middle East-Effective Dispute Resolution for the Region”
The Dubai International Arbitration Centre (DIAC), in conjunction with the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) hosted a major international conference entitled, “Meeting Business Needs in the Middle East-Effective Dispute Resolution”.
Bringing together some of the finest speakers from around the world, this conference boasts a sophisticated level of intellectual expertise in dispute management. The main aim behind this event is to examine how effective dispute resolution procedures could contribute towards building trust, enhancing investment and further encouraging business growth.
The conference was opened by Mr. Obaid Humaid Al Tayer, President of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce of Industry. In his opening, Mr. Al Tayer will emphasize the importance of effective dispute resolution, particularly in relation to the economic growth of a country. He stated, “Effective dispute resolution has become an essential tool to creating a safe working environment for businessmen in the domestic and international markets”.
H.E Prince Bandar Bin Salman Al Saoud President of the Saudi Arbitration Group was a key note speaker for the first day of the event.
The conference will attract a multitude of delegates from across the globe. Delegates from a variety of different professions and backgrounds will get together in one of the busiest business hubs of the Middle East.
Panel sessions cover a multitude of issues which will be tackled , such as:
- A talk about the available dispute resolution mechanisms in the Middle East, which includes a detailed explanation of:
- Amicable Dispute Resolution;
- Dispute resolution techniques involving international trade in the Middle East;
- Ethics & risk;
- New procedures in dispute management;
- Dispute resolution in the oil & gas industry & current issues;
- Dispute resolution in the financial services industry & current issues;
- Dispute resolution in the media industry & current issues.