The Vis Moot Problem: A Practitioners’ Perspective

The Vis Moot Problem: A Practitioners’ Perspective

Speaking Engagement

Every year many of the young participants of the Vis Moot leave Vienna or Hong Kong with the question: How would the case have developed in a real arbitration?

Following the successful virtual Vis Moot 2020 wherein the LCIA rules were adopted, the Bucerius Law School, the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo and the LCIA are pleased to join forces for a one and a half hour seminar on “The Vis Moot Problem – A Practitioners’ Perspective.”

Leading practitioners will explain how they would have advised their clients in the case as counsel for Claimant or Respondent, what strategy they would have adopted and how they would have conducted the case as an Arbitral Tribunal on the basis of the applicable LCIA-Arbitration Rules. WilmerHale Partner Steven Finizio will participate as Counsel.

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