Norwegian ad hoc arbitration in transition towards increased predictability and transparency illustrated by NOMA's "Best Practice"
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Michael Ashcroft QC will be joining Norweigan firm Schjødt to provide a workshop for key players in Nordic arbitration on the 16th November 2017 covering the following areas:
Trends in Nordic arbitration
- "Emergency arbitrators" – the experience from UK and Sweden (SCC)
- The increasing use of "witness statements" – does it really enlighten the case and enhance efficiency? Supreme Court Judge Borgar Høgetveit Berg
The scope of arbitration and assistance from the courts in arbitration cases
- When may an arbitration clause be invoked against a third party? Illustrated by the Norwegian Supreme Court case Skaugen Marine v. MAN Diesel
- Interim measures in international arbitration cases seated in Norway – jurisdiction issues in light of the Norwegian Supreme Court´s decision in Rt. 2015 p. 1040
- Freezing orders – the experience from Sweden and UK
- Recent developments in which Courts have become involved in the arbitration process
Tapas and refreshments will be served after the workshop.
To register for this workshop please see the event webpage.