OBA International Program: “International Law: Investor-State Arbitration in the Americas: Update on CAFTA and NAFTA”

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The Ontario Bar Association-International Law Section is hosting a program entitled: International Law: Investor-State Arbitration in the Americas: Update on CAFTA and NAFTA.

Program Details
Date: Thursday, October 13, 2011
Agenda: 12:00 pm Registration & Lunch | 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm Program followed by Q & A period
Locations:
(1) Washington, DC: Crowell & Moring LLP | 1001 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W., 11th Floor | Washington, DC | 20004-2595
(2) The Conference Centre at the OBA| 20 Toronto St., 2nd Floor | Toronto, ON

Recent investor-state arbitration cases under the United States-Central American Free Trade Agreement and the North American Free Trade Agreement have seen important procedural and substantive legal developments. This joint Washington/Toronto program brings together U.S and Canadian counsel to provide essential updates on key legal issues from a regional perspective.

Speakers:  
Ted Posner, Crowell & Moring LLP
Patrick Pearsall, U.S. Department of State
Robert Wisner, McMillan LLP
Christophe Bondy, Department of Foreign Affairs & International Trade

Program Co-Chairs:
Ian Laird, Crowell & Moring LLP
Reuben East, Department of Foreign Affairs & International Trade

REGISTER:

Toronto (in person):

http://www.cba.org/pd/details.aspx?id=ON_11INT1013T

Washington (in person):

http://www.cba.org/pd/details.aspx?id=ON_11INT1013W

Live Webcast:

http://www.cba.org/pd/details.aspx?id=ON_11INT1013X

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