On 4 April 2019, several lawyers, arbitrators, and diplomats attended in the HCLA roundtable discussion about, Implications of Data Privacy and Privilege on Document Disclosure in Cross-Border Dispute Resolution.
Participants discussed a number of issues, including; Privilege and Disclosure, EU General Data Protection Regulation, Discovery and Disclosure in International Arbitration.
HCLA Roundtable: Implications of Data Privacy and Privilege on Document Disclosure in Cross-Border Dispute Resolution
As part of the HCLA educational program, the Research Team is organizing an expert round-table discussion on data privacy and privilege regimes affecting document disclosure processes.
It is always an honor and privilege to welcome international lawyers, arbitrators, diplomats, managers and academic researchers, who wish to participate in and contribute to HCLA’s events.
A confirmation e-mail will be sent to you upon successful registration.
In today's global economy, companies try to resolve cross-border business disputes through mediation that involves developing a constructive relationship between the parties. As a result, engaging in specialized courses to get an in-depth understanding and training in the theory and practice of cross-border business & mediation is essential.
On this subject, HCLA offers Exclusive Advanced Training Courses -International Business Law & Mediation, that are open to senior managers of companies and international lawyers who intend on improving their mediation knowledge & skills and tailoring it to their practice.
Time: Summer 2019
Location: The Hague
For more information, please contact HCLA at; email@example.com
Several well-known international lawyers, arbitrators and high-ranking diplomats have attended the HCLA roundtable on Evidence Gathering in International Litigation that was held on 1st November 2018. Mr. Edward Russo, war crime prosecutor at UN, was the main speaker.
Mr. Russo’s presentation covered a range of topics, including early evidence gathering, the methods of evidence collections, investigation planning and mechanism for state cooperation in evidence gathering. His presentation followed by participants’ questions and comments.
To find the summary of the presentation, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
On 30 October 2018, a delegation from the Legal Affairs Office of the People’s Government of Changzhou Municipality and Changzhou Arbitration Commission Office visited HCLA and participated in the meetings, including a lecture organized by the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) at the Small Hall of Justice as well.
International Experts Round-Table
Evidence Gathering in International Litigation: Best Practices and Mechanisms for State Cooperation
November 1, 2018
As an expanding network of internationally oriented professionals, HCLA organizes courses, conferences and round-table discussions on relevant topics of international law and business. The broad base of HCLA network has allowed us to successfully manage international litigation and arbitration matters for clients and to lead comprehensive legal research projects aimed at advancing the practice of international law and the conduct of international business.
It's always an honor and privilege to welcome international lawyers, arbitrators, diplomats, managers and academic researchers who participate and contribute to HCLA’s events.
Upcoming International Experts Round-Table
As a result of several years of well-managed research programs, training courses and publishing books, including “Economic Sanctions under International Law - Unilateralism, Multilateralism, Legitimacy and Consequences, HCLA is delighted to become an internationally recognized Center, relied on by many companies, universities, bar associations and chambers of commerce.
With the support of prominent scholars and leading experts in the field of “International Business Law & Management,” HCLA provides its clients with the most excellent services and information on the limits and opportunities arising out of economic sanctions policies.
Professional services include; the regulatory risks associated with embargo programs, International banking regulation, business opportunities and restrictions, and how existing legal structures, especially in the EU, can be used to ensure that international transactions remain within the legal order.
Research institutes, companies, and lawyers may contact the Advisory Group via; email@example.com
HCLA had the honor to host a high-ranking delegation from Wuhan Arbitration Commission, (WAC) China. The event took place on June 29, 2018 at the HCLA conference room.
Participants joined a panel discussion about cross-border business and new developments in international litigation and arbitration.
The WAC as an arbitration center, has handled a total of 141,096 arbitration cases, and ranked first arbitration center in China for several years.
WAC and HCLA discussed about plans for more cooperation in the field of international arbitration.
We are proud to announce another successful year with the HCLA-EILB Advanced Training Courses.
In 2018-2019, EILB and HCLA join forces with different European universities, research, business and consultancy institutions provide advanced training courses and workshops dealing with different aspects of international law & business, including; business negotiations, practical contract-drafting tips and arbitration.
The Courses are targeted towards practitioners who seek to gain expertise in the field of international business and arbitration. Lawyers, CEO and researchers are invited to apply.
The details of the programs are to be published in EILB and HCLA’s websites.
HCLA offers one to three months internships to young professionals and graduate students to put their knowledge and experience into practice, while performing certain tasks at the HCLA Network.
Given the size of the HCLA’s Network, only a limited number of internships can be offered throughout the year.
Interested candidates are encouraged to fill in the application from and send it together with their CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please write "Internship 2018" as the subject of your email.
Several professors and senior international lawyers participated in the joint program of HCLA and THUAS which ended on 2 February 2018.
Participants attended in several workshops and were hosted by International and EU organizations such as; MICT, ICC, Eurojust, HCCH, PCA (Peace Palace).
Summary of activities and topics provided in the program:
1- Mediation and Plea Bargaining - A Comparative Study of American System and International Jurisprudences
2- Individual Branding (lawyers) in International Market
3. Innovating and opportunities
4- Negotiation Techniques, Practical Strategies and Legal Frameworks
8. HCCH and Drafting International Conventions - Mediation in Private International Law
9. International Arbitration- Investment and Commercial Cases (PCA)
10. Case Management (Hearing) before International Courts and Tribunals
11. Annual Membership at the Peace Palace Library
The Inauguration of the 5th Session of Advanced Training Course will take place at 09:30 am on the 29th of January 2018, in The Hague University of Applied Sciences. The participants will attend several courses at the University and will visit International and European Organizations in the City of Peace and Justice, The Hague. The program will end on the 2nd of February in The Hague, with a closing reception.
5th Session of Advanced Training Course
Law & Management: Negotiation, Mediation & Conflict Resolution
29 January – 6 February 2018
HCLA in association with The Hague University of Applied Sciences ( THUAS) and The Iranian Bar Association Union(SKODA) will organize 5th Session of Advanced Training Course “Law and Management: Negotiation, Mediation & Conflict Resolution”.
This course enables international lawyers to acquire the latest updated skills in international management through promoting their knowledge, experiences and talents.
The course offers classes, visits and workshops in several disciplines including, Negotiation Skills, Drafting International Contracts, Investment Management, Banking Law, Efficient Mechanisms of International Disputes Settlement, Arbitration and Conciliation.
For more information please contact HCLA : email@example.com
Participants of the Advanced Training Course “Economic Management & International Business Law” received their certificate of attendance after an intense week of lectures, workshops, case studies, and visits to international organizations.
The program was co-organized by HCLA and The Hague University and was closed at the Peace Palace’s Historical Reading Room on Friday 8 September 2017.
More than 22 senior lawyers and business owners took part in the program, which forms part of HCLA’s mandate to improve legal knowledge worldwide.
The second day of the advanced training course “Economic Management & International Business Law”, was held on 5 Sep at The Hague University.
The lectures were delivered by Dr.Marossi, chairman of HCLA and Adam Weber, Trial Attorney at ICTY.
Dr. Marossi and Adam Weber discussed “Principles and Techniques of International Contracts” and “International Litigation in Practice”, respectively.
On 6 of Sep as the third day of the training course, the participants visited international organizations and attended a session on the Economic Diplomacy.
A selected group of lawyers and business owners are taking part in the Advanced Training Course “Economic Management & International Business Law”, which is organized by HCLA and the Hague University from 4-12 September in The Netherlands, Belgium and France.
The Course started on 4 Sep, at the Hague University, with two lectures on “Business Model Generation” and "International Finance and Foreign Investment”.
The lectures were delivered by Bert Nijland, course manager of Hague University of Applied Sciences and J.A. den Ouden, lecturer of International Finance at the Hague University and senior financial advisor.
The lecturers elaborated on several topics such as International Business Models, Innovations, Business Management, Introduction to Financial Risk, Inflation and Globalization.
Economic Management & International Business Law from Negotiation to the Implementation of Contracts
The Hague Center for Law and Arbitration (HCLA), in cooperation with The Hague University, organizes the 4th Session of its Advanced Training Course from September 4, 2017 till September 12, 2017.
This course will start on September 4, 2017 in The Hague University and constitutes visiting the international organization including OPCW, ICC and ICJ.
The legal advisors and lecturers affiliated with these institutions will give lectures during the visit of the participants to these organizations.
Advanced Training Course:
Economic Management &International Business Law
From Negotiation to Implementation of Contracts
The Hague- 3-12 September 2017
Hague Centre for Law and Arbitration (HCLA) in association with Dutch universities, are organizing Advanced Training Courses in the field of Law & Management.
Courses aim to promote knowledge, experiences and talents of international lawyers, CEO, project managers and financial officers who wish to be acquainted with the latest development in international business and management.
Courses cover several disciplines including, Risk Management, International Business, Art of Negotiations, Contract Law, FDI, International Finance and Banking and Dispute Settlement Mechanism. The program includes 5 days of courses and workshops and 3 days of tours and excursions.
The Hague Center for Law and Arbitration (HCLA) and European Institute for Law and Business(EILB) are dedicated to provide professional legal, business and education services to international organizations, judges, arbitrators, lawyers and business owners who are at the heart of global business and justice.
As part of their activities, HCLA and EILB, in association with prestigious universities and institutions, have organized several conferences and training courses aimed at high profile judges, diplomats, lawyers, business managers and executives.
In association with international institutions, HCLA is planning to organize new intensive executive courses about “law and Management”.
For further information please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The European Institute for Law and Business and the Hague Center for Law and Arbitration lunch their exclusive educational program in 2017 with a focus on International Business Cooperation.
EILB and HCLA join forces with EUropean universities, research and business institution in order to provide advanced training workshops dealing with different aspects of international business and commerce, including negotiation, contract drafting and contract management.
These workshops are designed for business executives and other professionals working in the field of international commerce.
The details of the programs are to be published in EILB and HCLA’s websites.