ASU / ICC Program in Washington D.C. – Flying into the Future with Aerospace & Aviation Arbitration

If you’re in the DC area and interested in international arbitration, join us and the ICC as we host a program entitled Flying into the Future with Aerospace & Aviation Arbitration. The program is free of charge (!!) on Thursday April 4, 2004 at 5:30pm at the ASU Barrett and O’Connor Washington Center in DC. Details at the registration page and below is a short blurb describing the program.   Hope to see you there.

Speakers will discuss how the aerospace and aviation industries continue to evolve due to commercialization, privatization, regulation, the entrance of new players, the impact these changes have had upon contracting and dispute resolution practices. Panelists will also discuss what the future may hold. They will close by giving advice for in-house counsel, arbitration practitioners, and soon-to-be future lawyers interested in being part of the next chapter of aerospace and aviation dispute resolution.

Open to those aged 40 and under, [the ICC’s} Young Arbitration and ADR Forum (YAAF) provides opportunities for individuals to gain knowledge, develop their skills and understand ICC’s arbitral procedure and other dispute resolution services.

Speakers include

Carson W. Bennett

Associate, King & Spalding LLP, Atlanta

Kate Gonzales

Senior Legal Counsel, Airbus Americas, Washington, D.C.

Ben Love

Partner, Boies Schiller Flexner LLP, New York & Washington, D.C.

Les Schiefelbein

CEO & Founder, Schiefelbein Global Dispute Resolution, Silicon Valley

Julie Whitlock

General Counsel and Chief of Government Relations, Virginia Commercial Space Flight Authority, Norfolk

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