Seminar October 22-23, 2017

International Business Disputes in an Era of Receding Globalism

Event Detail
Kristen K. Bromberek, Matthew D. Richardson, Eileen Scofield, Andrew J. Tuck
October 22-23, 2017
Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center
Atlanta, GA

This past year has seen the rise of populist nationalism, skepticism of multilateral trade agreements, and calls to tighten, in some ways, the flow of people across borders – perhaps most visibly in the United States and Europe, but with varying manifestations in other parts of the world, as well. For some, these developments represent a much-needed course correction to protect their nation’s security and address macroeconomic trends that have hurt working people. Others see them as harbingers of the demise of the post-World War II global order – or worse.

These developments are sparking lively political debate, but they also raise nonpartisan, practical questions in the realm of international business dispute resolution.

  • Andy Tuck is event co-chair.
  • Kristen Bromberek is “reporter” for a roundtable titled “The Impact of Gender Diversity in International Arbitration.”
  • Matt Richardson is the moderator for the panel “Not Such a Small World After All? International Commercial Arbitration in an Era of Receding Globalism.”
  • Eileen Scofield is a speaker on the panel “Not Such a Small World After All? International Commercial Arbitration in an Era of Receding Globalism.”
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