First session: Criminal Law and Arbitration
09.00 Panel 1
Criminal law and arbitration proceedings:
Charles C. Adams, Hogan & Hartson LLP, Geneva
10.30 Panel 2
Is there an arbitrator's obligation to denounce money laundering, corruption of officials, cartels' collusion and other offenses committed by parties? The arbitrator as accomplice-sham proceedings and the trap of the consent award.
Richard H. Kreindler, Shearman & Sterling LLP, Frankfurt
11.30 Panel 3
Interference of criminal proceedings with arbitration proceedings: is there an obligation for arbitrators to suspend the proceedings? To testify in Court? To turn over documents?
Balz. P. Gross, Homburger, Zurich
Second session: Investment arbitration
14:15 Panel 4
Those States which do not pay – the case of Russia
Jean-Jacques Martin, Martin & Davidoff, Geneva
15:15 Panel 5
Host States as losers in investment arbitration: how do they cope with unfavorable awards? What effects on their internal political process? Do they remain committed to the system?
Fernando Aguilar, Marval, O'Farrell & Mairal, Buenos Aires
16:45 Panel 6
Towards a more predictable and accountable investment arbitration system. Has any progress been made?
Barton C. Legum, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, Paris
17:45 Cocktail reception
Session chaired by Jacques Werner
Session chaired by Thomas Wälde