Jurisprudência sobre a Arbitrabilidade das Sanções Administrativas do Contrato de Concessão
Join us for an evening of discussion and debate, followed by networking drinks and hors d’oeuvres. The evening is aimed at more junior practitioners but all are welcome to attend. We hope that you will be able to join us for what we are sure will be a very lively and enjoyable evening.
There will be a presentation on how the Young ITA Brazil is working to develop the arbitration community and to urge the participants to engage proactively, followed by a presentation and open discussion on the chosen subject.
#YoungITATalks is a series of local events presented around the world, featuring talks, workshops or interviews that cover a wide range of subjects relating to arbitration. The #YoungITATalks series is designed for education, conversation and sharing knowledge and experiences among young practitioners.
Thanks to the generosity of our sponsor, this event is tuition-free and includes drinks and hors d’oeuvres. Please register in advance to help us have an accurate headcount.
Please note that this in an in-person event.
Co-Chair Brazil at Young ITA
GIOF Advogados, Curitiba
Elisa Schmidlin Cruz
President at ARBITAC
XVBM Advogados, Curitiba
18:30 - Registration
19:00 - Welcome from Young ITA Brazil
19:20 - 20:00 - Jurisprudência sobre a Arbitrabilidade das Sanções Administrativas do Contrato de Concessão (Jurisprudence on the Arbitrability of Administrative Sanctions in Concession Contracts)
Panelist: Elisa Schmidlin Cruz, President at ARBITAC, XVBM Advogados, Curitiba
20:00 - Networking Drinks and Hors D’oeuvres
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