• The DAMN Project [Decentralized Arbitration and Mediation Network] Decentralizing law Pamela Morgan

    Pamela is an attorney, educator and entrepreneur. She is widely respected authority on multi-signature governance and legal innovation using digital currencies. Today she is focused on the DAMN project and estate planning with cryptocurrencies at both thirdkey.solutions and empoweredlaw.com. The DAMN Project: https://github.com/thirdkey-solutions/damn/blob/master/proposal.asciidoc We have a global, borderless communication and transaction platform. We have global, borderless money. Why not a global, borderless justice system? An opt-in justice system. One that serves the community. Designed by the community, for the community. A robust system, that can address simple issues quickly and inexpensively, but can also address complex issues when needed. One that offers options, layers of choi...

    published: 16 May 2017
  • CAN Bus Arbitration

    A small know how on how Arbitration happens in a Vehicle network.

    published: 18 Sep 2014
  • Wireless Access Points: What is Channel Arbitration?

    Wireless Access Points and Channel Arbitration With Bob Young from FIFO Networks by Nuts About Nets http://www.nutsaboutnets.com Bob Young explains how putting two wireless access points on the same channel will not cause interference. Rather, this approach promotes better network design as a result of the channel arbitration built into the 802.11 standard. Video Transcript: I'm Bob Young with Nuts About Nets to answer the question, What is Channel Arbitration? In the example on the board, we've got two wireless access points, so we'll just call them WAP1 and WAP2. And these two wireless access points we may have to put on the same channel sometimes. I'll explain the reason for that. Let's say you have a school with two access points in every classroom in order to be able to accommoda...

    published: 03 Sep 2015
  • Serial Bus Network Systems Part 1 B CAN Protocol

    let’s look at the high Can protocol. It is toggling from 2.5V with the Can high line going to 3.5V and the Can low going down from 2.5V to 1.5V. So what’s go on here? Now getting back to the Can protocol voltage, we have 2 wires on this protocol for another reason other than just EMI, and that is to increase fault tolerances. What happens if we have an open circuit or a faulty module, the CAN can operate on just one line if necessary. I will explain this more as we go on, but for now let’s just explain a little more why we have 2 wires and centre our concentrate more on the 2 different voltages that are on these lines. If I was to tell you that this protocol uses 2.5V as a 5V recessive command and that the protocol only looks at the different voltage between the high can line and...

    published: 28 Feb 2015
  • Arbitration: Serial and Parallel

    A video that clearly explains the way arbitration is done for interconnected processors. Both serial arbitration and parallel arbitration have been thoroughly explained.

    published: 26 Jun 2014
  • Cambridge Arbitration Day 2017: Keynote speech: Yves Derains, Partner Derains & Gharavi

    The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration. This year’s event on 18 March 2017 was titled 'Winds of Change: Rethinking the Future of International Arbitration'. The main conference was preceded by a Young Practitioners’ Event organized in association with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) on 17 March 2017. This event was aimed at encouraging young practitioners to exchange professional experience and create a network that strengthens relationships within the young arbitration community. Further information about the event and the programme can be found at: http://www.cambridgearbitrationday.org/

    published: 30 Mar 2017
  • Cambridge Arbitration Day 2017: Panel 2: Defending Investment Arbitration: A Lost Battle?

    The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration. This year’s event on 18 March 2017 was titled 'Winds of Change: Rethinking the Future of International Arbitration'. The main conference was preceded by a Young Practitioners’ Event organized in association with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) on 17 March 2017. This event was aimed at encouraging young practitioners to exchange professional experience and create a network that strengthens relationships within the young arbitration community. Further information about the event and the programme can be found at: http://www.cambridgearbitrationday.org/ This recording is the second panel event, Defending Investment A...

    published: 30 Mar 2017
  • CAN Controller Area Network

    Basics of CAN / Controller Area Network

    published: 19 Jan 2015
  • ProStandards Training – Arbitration Mock Hearing

    published: 26 Oct 2016
  • The Contract Clause That No One Reads: VICE News Tonight on HBO

    There’s a clause hidden in most of the long company contracts no one reads. And it’s tucked away for good reason: A lot of people would probably think twice about signing if they knew the clause existed. It’s called an arbitration clause, and it protects companies from lawsuits. A group of Wells Fargo customers is learning that the hard way. But in February, the Supreme Court will decide if companies should be allowed to include arbitration clauses in their employee contracts. Anyone, employees and customers alike, who signs a contract with an arbitration clause has to settle any legal dispute they might have outside of court, in a private arbitration hearing, where companies are far more likely to win. Arbitration agreements have become so popular, it’s almost impossible to open a ban...

    published: 13 Feb 2017
  • Dispute Resolution: Introduction to Arbitration Part I

    Legal Network Television produce seventy-six, 30min online videos for CPD each year. Using totally original content, our videos cover ten specialist practice areas: Family, Practice Management & Compliance, Local Government, Dispute Resolution, Private Client, Property, Employment, Corporate & Commercial, Personal Injury and Crime. If you are interested in finding out more please click on the link to register for a free, no-obligation trial and access a selection of our most recent programmes in full: http://www.law.ac.uk/professional-development/college-of-law-media/ Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) that is attractive to many commercial parties, particularly in the international context. Its essential characteristics are that it is a consensual course of a...

    published: 20 Mar 2015
  • Cambridge Arbitration Day 2017: Panel 1: Commercial Arbitration: Where is it Headed?

    The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration. This year’s event on 18 March 2017 was titled 'Winds of Change: Rethinking the Future of International Arbitration'. The main conference was preceded by a Young Practitioners’ Event organized in association with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) on 17 March 2017. This event was aimed at encouraging young practitioners to exchange professional experience and create a network that strengthens relationships within the young arbitration community. Further information about the event and the programme can be found at: http://www.cambridgearbitrationday.org/ This recording is the first Panel discussion: Commercial Arbitra...

    published: 30 Mar 2017
  • Dispute Resolution: Introduction to Arbitration Part II

    Legal Network Television produce seventy-six, 30min online videos for CPD each year. Using totally original content, our videos cover ten specialist practice areas: Family, Practice Management & Compliance, Local Government, Dispute Resolution, Private Client, Property, Employment, Corporate & Commercial, Personal Injury and Crime. If you are interested in finding out more please click on the link to register for a free, no-obligation trial and access a selection of our most recent programmes in full: http://www.law.ac.uk/professional-development/college-of-law-media/ Synopsis In this second programme in our two part series on arbitration, we focus on the different processes available, and when they might be appropriate for particular types of clients. We also consider the factors th...

    published: 01 May 2015
  • [FIAM 2016] Intro FTU Investment Arbitration Moot 2016

    FIAM, which stands for FTU Investment Arbitration Moot, is an Investment moot court competition, held for the first time by the Faculty of Law of Foreign Trade University with the support of EU – MUTRAP Project, UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) and Clinical Legal Education (FTU – CLE). FIAM is a great opportunity for Law students to put knowledge and skills into practice, especially litigation skill according to International modals. Participants: full-time undergraduate students majoring in Law from CLE-network universities and other law universities, forming a team of 2-3 students from the same university. Registration form: https://goo.gl/Crmvlg Deadline: 20/9/2016 Contact us: Email: fiam@ftu.edu.vn Fanpage of FTU Faculty of Law: https://www.facebook.com/LuatFTU/ Webs...

    published: 08 Sep 2016
  • Bus arbitration

    Taken from archive.org

    published: 24 Jul 2016
  • Cambridge Arbitration Day 2017: Panel 3: Question and Answer Session & Closing Remarks

    The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration. This year’s event on 18 March 2017 was titled 'Winds of Change: Rethinking the Future of International Arbitration'. The main conference was preceded by a Young Practitioners’ Event organized in association with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) on 17 March 2017. This event was aimed at encouraging young practitioners to exchange professional experience and create a network that strengthens relationships within the young arbitration community. Further information about the event and the programme can be found at: http://www.cambridgearbitrationday.org/ This recording is the Q&A session which followed the third Panel...

    published: 30 Mar 2017
The DAMN Project [Decentralized Arbitration and Mediation Network] Decentralizing law Pamela Morgan

The DAMN Project [Decentralized Arbitration and Mediation Network] Decentralizing law Pamela Morgan

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Pamela is an attorney, educator and entrepreneur. She is widely respected authority on multi-signature governance and legal innovation using digital currencies. Today she is focused on the DAMN project and estate planning with cryptocurrencies at both thirdkey.solutions and empoweredlaw.com. The DAMN Project: https://github.com/thirdkey-solutions/damn/blob/master/proposal.asciidoc We have a global, borderless communication and transaction platform. We have global, borderless money. Why not a global, borderless justice system? An opt-in justice system. One that serves the community. Designed by the community, for the community. A robust system, that can address simple issues quickly and inexpensively, but can also address complex issues when needed. One that offers options, layers of choices, like who will decide (with options of one person or algorithm, pools of random jurors, pools of experts, collaboration of the parties, a mediation DAO, etc.), how long the decision-making process will take, and whether the dispute and the resolution will be made public or remain private. See the next Hackers Congress HCPP17 on October in Prague ► https://liberate.hcpp.cz Follow and support us → https://hcpp.cz/#support Youtube playlist → http://bit.ly/playlistHCPP16 This presentation is a excerpt from 'Pamela Morgan - Project DAMN - decentralizing law | HCPP16' originally published by the Paralelní Polis YouTube channel on 27 Jan 2017 and can be found here: https://youtu.be/s2AdWCKmyMI Want to hear more about Bitcoin and open blockchains? Follow on Twitter: @BitCoinBoy If you enjoyed this video or in someway found it helpful please consider a small donation: Bitcoin: 1JcKMAgdVeybv6LpHwtkTn7WgxwedMM58J DASH: XfG7cWR8k4GW3rRXThBpdXRoHaAchdQemv Doge: D6SBNn8UD73HHmEdy3yHFUKC11gkvkRghk Ethereum: 0xaA313d120805448d75cbc5a50CBcDD6045a31189 Litecoin: LWHry3F2T5EMuZGkW1aVhmxewoPo3nbzS6 I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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CAN Bus Arbitration

CAN Bus Arbitration

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A small know how on how Arbitration happens in a Vehicle network.
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Wireless Access Points: What is Channel Arbitration?

Wireless Access Points: What is Channel Arbitration?

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Wireless Access Points and Channel Arbitration With Bob Young from FIFO Networks by Nuts About Nets http://www.nutsaboutnets.com Bob Young explains how putting two wireless access points on the same channel will not cause interference. Rather, this approach promotes better network design as a result of the channel arbitration built into the 802.11 standard. Video Transcript: I'm Bob Young with Nuts About Nets to answer the question, What is Channel Arbitration? In the example on the board, we've got two wireless access points, so we'll just call them WAP1 and WAP2. And these two wireless access points we may have to put on the same channel sometimes. I'll explain the reason for that. Let's say you have a school with two access points in every classroom in order to be able to accommodate 25-30 students per class. So, now because of the number of access points in the school, close to each other, through the walls, and up the floor above and the floor below, we run out of channels. So we can't split the channels all the time. This is where the beauty of channel arbitration comes in. Channel arbitration is built in to the 802.11 standard and when you know how to use it, it will make your network designs better. In this classroom example with 30 students and two wireless access points, we're going to put both access points on channel 1. By putting both access points on channel 1 you may think that we are creating interference, but we're not because of the arbitration that's build in to the 802.11 system. When this access point transmits, this access point will be quiet. But we have built in to the process intervals where an access point has to go silent. So when this access point goes silent, WAP2 will insert a signal that says "I'm going to transmit for awhile now." So this one, WAP2, will transmit and WAP1 will be silent. The end result is we're sharing the time, but we're also sharing the frequency. Channel arbitration is what makes this possible. Because we're doing channel arbitration, WAP1-WAP2-WAP1-WAP2, there is no interference and there is no lost data. This is actually more effective than putting them on two different channels that overlap and cause inference with each other. When you design a system that uses a lot of access points, here is what you are going to do. In summary, make sure that the access points that are close together share the same channel so you can take advantage of 802.11 channel arbitration. Thanks so much for watching the video. We've got some other videos with helpful information about specific wireless performance issues. I hope you'll check them out. http://www.nutsaboutnets.com
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Serial Bus Network Systems Part 1 B CAN Protocol

Serial Bus Network Systems Part 1 B CAN Protocol

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let’s look at the high Can protocol. It is toggling from 2.5V with the Can high line going to 3.5V and the Can low going down from 2.5V to 1.5V. So what’s go on here? Now getting back to the Can protocol voltage, we have 2 wires on this protocol for another reason other than just EMI, and that is to increase fault tolerances. What happens if we have an open circuit or a faulty module, the CAN can operate on just one line if necessary. I will explain this more as we go on, but for now let’s just explain a little more why we have 2 wires and centre our concentrate more on the 2 different voltages that are on these lines. If I was to tell you that this protocol uses 2.5V as a 5V recessive command and that the protocol only looks at the different voltage between the high can line and the low can line, being 2V, as a dominate 0V, Have I confused you? I suspect I have, so do not turn off just yet, because I will do over this and I will make sure you understand this. Now think about this, we have 5V which is divided between the 2 lines, and at idle or as we know it the bus language recessive meaning there is no communication happening the 2 lines are equal and both share 2.5V each, which adds up to our 5V. That is fairly straight forward stuff and no different to our earlier model of a 5V recessive command except we now have 2 wires sharing this 5V recessive command. Now the complicated part, but it is not really that complicated when you understand the reasoning. I said initially that the Bus system of the Can protocol only looks at the difference in the voltage of the 2 lines. So if the can is in a recessive command both lines are on 2.5V and there is no difference of voltage. Now let’s imagine we used equal voltages for both lines to move for a dominate command, let’s say 5v. So both lines go to 5V what is the difference on the line voltage? The answer is 0V. But if we differ the voltage as is the case of Can, we see the high can line pulling up to 3.5V and the low can line pulling down to 1.5V we now have a 2V voltage difference. So instead of toggling between 0V and 5V we simply toggle between no voltage difference as being an idle recessive command and a difference in voltage as a dominant command. It is that simple, on and off or no difference in voltage to a voltage difference, ons and offs, dots and dashes, voltage difference or no voltage difference. It is that simple. Are you still wondering, But why do this? It is all about fault tolerances if one line goes down the other keeps working and we continue to have no voltage difference to having a voltage difference, on and off we still have a binary message. Looking at this simple 12 volt light circuit we have simple toggling of the communication voltage difference to turn on the transistor. We do not require a high voltage to turn on transistor. Normal voltage difference between high and low can line is 2V, and this is a higher enough voltage for the transistor to turn on and for the bulb than to return to earth and light up. Lets say we had a CAN line down as is in this example, we now only have 1V voltage difference between the 2 can lines, but it is still enough voltage to turn on the transistor. So this another reason High Speed Can protocol uses 2 wires, it helps with fault tolerances meaning the can system can still operate with just one line working. So in reality the Can high speed Protocol is still using the same binary language that we have been talking about, but it is the protocol that makes the rules and it is the rules that govern the methods and the voltages, including the physical layer and wires that join the modules.
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Arbitration: Serial and Parallel

Arbitration: Serial and Parallel

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  • Updated: 26 Jun 2014
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A video that clearly explains the way arbitration is done for interconnected processors. Both serial arbitration and parallel arbitration have been thoroughly explained.
https://wn.com/Arbitration_Serial_And_Parallel
Cambridge Arbitration Day 2017: Keynote speech: Yves Derains, Partner Derains & Gharavi

Cambridge Arbitration Day 2017: Keynote speech: Yves Derains, Partner Derains & Gharavi

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  • Updated: 30 Mar 2017
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The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration. This year’s event on 18 March 2017 was titled 'Winds of Change: Rethinking the Future of International Arbitration'. The main conference was preceded by a Young Practitioners’ Event organized in association with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) on 17 March 2017. This event was aimed at encouraging young practitioners to exchange professional experience and create a network that strengthens relationships within the young arbitration community. Further information about the event and the programme can be found at: http://www.cambridgearbitrationday.org/
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Cambridge Arbitration Day 2017: Panel 2: Defending Investment Arbitration: A Lost Battle?

Cambridge Arbitration Day 2017: Panel 2: Defending Investment Arbitration: A Lost Battle?

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  • Updated: 30 Mar 2017
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The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration. This year’s event on 18 March 2017 was titled 'Winds of Change: Rethinking the Future of International Arbitration'. The main conference was preceded by a Young Practitioners’ Event organized in association with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) on 17 March 2017. This event was aimed at encouraging young practitioners to exchange professional experience and create a network that strengthens relationships within the young arbitration community. Further information about the event and the programme can be found at: http://www.cambridgearbitrationday.org/ This recording is the second panel event, Defending Investment Arbitration: A Lost Battle? 1. Moderator: Wendy Miles, QC / Partner Debevoise & Plimpton 2. Stronger Pre-Conditions to Arbitration - Recent Trends in Treaty Drafting: Giorgio Francesco Mandelli / Partner Volterra Fietta 3. Interaction Between Investment Arbitration, Human Rights & Trade Law: Mark McNeill / Partner Shearman & Sterling 4. Current Challenges to Enforcing Investment Arbitration Awards: Lucy Martinez / Counsel Three Crowns 5. The Shift to an Investment Court and an Appeals Mechanism: Patricio Grané Labat / Partner Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer
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CAN Controller Area Network

CAN Controller Area Network

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  • Updated: 19 Jan 2015
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ProStandards Training  – Arbitration Mock Hearing

ProStandards Training – Arbitration Mock Hearing

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  • Updated: 26 Oct 2016
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The Contract Clause That No One Reads: VICE News Tonight on HBO

The Contract Clause That No One Reads: VICE News Tonight on HBO

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There’s a clause hidden in most of the long company contracts no one reads. And it’s tucked away for good reason: A lot of people would probably think twice about signing if they knew the clause existed. It’s called an arbitration clause, and it protects companies from lawsuits. A group of Wells Fargo customers is learning that the hard way. But in February, the Supreme Court will decide if companies should be allowed to include arbitration clauses in their employee contracts. Anyone, employees and customers alike, who signs a contract with an arbitration clause has to settle any legal dispute they might have outside of court, in a private arbitration hearing, where companies are far more likely to win. Arbitration agreements have become so popular, it’s almost impossible to open a bank account, get a credit card, rent a car, or use Netflix, Tinder, or Groupon without signing one. Most of the time, they don’t end up mattering. But when they’re used, it can be extremely hard for customers to hold a company accountable for serious wrongdoing. Read: "Trump's Supreme Court nominee probably won't decide any cases this term" - http://bit.ly/2lJqrtO Read: "Trump Towers Rio still hasn't been built — and the residents it pushed out couldn't be happier" - http://bit.ly/2lDaPva Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Check out VICE News for more: http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/vicenews More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo
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Dispute Resolution: Introduction to Arbitration Part I

Dispute Resolution: Introduction to Arbitration Part I

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  • Updated: 20 Mar 2015
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Legal Network Television produce seventy-six, 30min online videos for CPD each year. Using totally original content, our videos cover ten specialist practice areas: Family, Practice Management & Compliance, Local Government, Dispute Resolution, Private Client, Property, Employment, Corporate & Commercial, Personal Injury and Crime. If you are interested in finding out more please click on the link to register for a free, no-obligation trial and access a selection of our most recent programmes in full: http://www.law.ac.uk/professional-development/college-of-law-media/ Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) that is attractive to many commercial parties, particularly in the international context. Its essential characteristics are that it is a consensual course of action in which parties to a dispute agree to resolve their differences without recourse to the courts, relying instead on the appointment of an independent third party, acting in a judicial manner, whose decision is binding. In this programme looks at: • The key considerations in arbitration, including its pros and cons, and the Arbitration Act 1996 • The benefits of flexibility, confidentiality and enforcement Julianne Hughes-Jennett, Partner, Hogan Lovells LLP Dr David Bynmor Thomas, Barrister, Thirty Nine Essex Street Chambers
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Cambridge Arbitration Day 2017: Panel 1: Commercial Arbitration: Where is it Headed?

Cambridge Arbitration Day 2017: Panel 1: Commercial Arbitration: Where is it Headed?

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  • Updated: 30 Mar 2017
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The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration. This year’s event on 18 March 2017 was titled 'Winds of Change: Rethinking the Future of International Arbitration'. The main conference was preceded by a Young Practitioners’ Event organized in association with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) on 17 March 2017. This event was aimed at encouraging young practitioners to exchange professional experience and create a network that strengthens relationships within the young arbitration community. Further information about the event and the programme can be found at: http://www.cambridgearbitrationday.org/ This recording is the first Panel discussion: Commercial Arbitration: Where is it Headed? 1. Moderator: Prof. Dr Loukas Mistelis / Professor Queen Mary University of London 2. The Ethics of Counsel in International Arbitration: Is There a Need for Regulation?: Duncan Speller / Partner WilmerHale 3. The Increasing Use of Due Process as a Sword, Not a Shield: Richard Smith / Partner Allen & Overy 4. Third Parties in Commercial Arbitration: Marco De Sousa / Associate Herbert Smith Freehills 5. Emergency of Expedited Proceedings & Analysis of Their Innovative Features: Roland Ziadé / Partner Linklaters
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Dispute Resolution: Introduction to Arbitration Part II

Dispute Resolution: Introduction to Arbitration Part II

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  • Updated: 01 May 2015
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Legal Network Television produce seventy-six, 30min online videos for CPD each year. Using totally original content, our videos cover ten specialist practice areas: Family, Practice Management & Compliance, Local Government, Dispute Resolution, Private Client, Property, Employment, Corporate & Commercial, Personal Injury and Crime. If you are interested in finding out more please click on the link to register for a free, no-obligation trial and access a selection of our most recent programmes in full: http://www.law.ac.uk/professional-development/college-of-law-media/ Synopsis In this second programme in our two part series on arbitration, we focus on the different processes available, and when they might be appropriate for particular types of clients. We also consider the factors that will influence whether a party should fall back on the provisions under the Arbitration Act 1996 (the Act), or rely on external rules. This programme considers: • The scope of the Act and its key provisions • The different types of ad hoc arbitration • Institutional arbitration and its advantages Contributors Dr David Brynmor Thomas, Barrister, Thirty Nine Essex Street Chambers
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[FIAM 2016] Intro FTU Investment Arbitration Moot 2016

[FIAM 2016] Intro FTU Investment Arbitration Moot 2016

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  • Updated: 08 Sep 2016
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FIAM, which stands for FTU Investment Arbitration Moot, is an Investment moot court competition, held for the first time by the Faculty of Law of Foreign Trade University with the support of EU – MUTRAP Project, UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) and Clinical Legal Education (FTU – CLE). FIAM is a great opportunity for Law students to put knowledge and skills into practice, especially litigation skill according to International modals. Participants: full-time undergraduate students majoring in Law from CLE-network universities and other law universities, forming a team of 2-3 students from the same university. Registration form: https://goo.gl/Crmvlg Deadline: 20/9/2016 Contact us: Email: fiam@ftu.edu.vn Fanpage of FTU Faculty of Law: https://www.facebook.com/LuatFTU/ Website: law.ftu.edu.vn/en/ Hotline: (+84) 38356800 (ext. 284) FIAM, viết tắt của FTU Investment Arbitration Moot, là cuộc thi tranh tụng xoay quanh tranh chấp nhà đầu tư - nhà nước theo các Hiệp định thương mại tự do, lần đầu tiên được tổ chức bởi Khoa Luật - trường Đại học Ngoại thương với sự hỗ trợ của dự án EU - MUTRAP, Chương trình Phát triển của Liên hợp quốc (UNDP) và Chương trình Giáo dục - Thưc hành Pháp luật (FTU - CLE). FIAM là một cơ hội quý giá để sinh viên Luật vận dụng kiến thức, kĩ năng vào thực tiễn, đặc biệt là khả năng tranh biện, lập luận sắc bén theo mô hình tranh tụng quốc tế. Đối tượng dự thi: Các bạn sinh viên đang học chương trình Cử nhân tại các trường đại học trên cả nước, lập thành nhóm từ 2-3 người (từ cùng một trường). Đăng ký tham gia FIAM tại: https://goo.gl/Crmvlg Hạn cuối đăng ký: 20/09/2016 Mọi thông tin chi tiết xin liên hệ: Email: fiam@ftu.edu.vn Fanpage: https://www.facebook.com/lawftu.fiam/ Website: http://law.ftu.edu.vn/en/
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Bus arbitration

Bus arbitration

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Cambridge Arbitration Day 2017: Panel 3: Question and Answer Session & Closing Remarks

Cambridge Arbitration Day 2017: Panel 3: Question and Answer Session & Closing Remarks

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  • Updated: 30 Mar 2017
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The Cambridge Arbitration Day brings together scholars, practitioners, and students for a discussion on recent developments in the field of international arbitration. This year’s event on 18 March 2017 was titled 'Winds of Change: Rethinking the Future of International Arbitration'. The main conference was preceded by a Young Practitioners’ Event organized in association with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) on 17 March 2017. This event was aimed at encouraging young practitioners to exchange professional experience and create a network that strengthens relationships within the young arbitration community. Further information about the event and the programme can be found at: http://www.cambridgearbitrationday.org/ This recording is the Q&A session which followed the third Panel Discussion, and closing remarks on the conference.
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