Georgetown International Arbitration Month 2016: What Does an Arbitration Cost?

February 9, 2016 | Washington, DC


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During Georgetown's Fourth Annual International Arbitration Month, WilmerHale Counsel Danielle Morris moderated the panel "What Does an Arbitration Cost?"

Georgetown International Arbitration Month (GIAM) is an annual conference in Washington, DC, which joins practitioners, scholars and students from around the world for a series of panels on emerging issues and trends facing the international arbitration community. GIAM 2016 was a month-long speaker series focusing on cutting-edge issues in commercial and investment arbitration, and other aspects of dispute resolution and trade. Owing to the ever-evolving nature of the field, this year's GIAM incorporated new perspectives on issues including representatives from the private sector and various governments.