Stanford Annual Conference on Arbitration
Fairness and Arbitration in the US
Most Americans have cell-phones, credit cards, etc. And yet almost none of them realize that should a dispute arise with the cell-phone provider or their bank, they will be barred from suing them in court, or even from joining a class action. Rather, they will have to go through arbitration. And the same applies in the labor arena.
Join us for a discussion on the issue of fairness in arbitration, the position of the US Supreme Court and that of the National Labor Relations Board, and the possible solutions currently being examined.
Join us for an in-depth discussion of current international arbitration matters on the role of the courts in this field, the specificities of intellectual property disputes in arbitration, and investment disputes and for a unique presentation of the 2012 ICC Rules of Arbitration.