FIU Law Second Annual International Arbitration Summit
A closer look at the Energy Sector in Latin America
Friday, May 6, 2011 at FIU College of Law
Registration at 5:30PM
Program commences at 6:00PM
The political, economic and regulatory changes that are currently taking place throughout Latin America are closely tied to the performance of the energy sector.
The Second FIU International Arbitration Annual Summit will focus on the main advantages and obstacles encountered by public and private parties who choose international arbitration to process energy-related disputes. A number of experts, including practitioners, in-house counsel, academics and policy makers with vast experience in Latin America and the Caribbean will discuss the key issues that affect the development of energy arbitration in the region.
The program will consist of a panel discussion led by:
Moderator: Daniel E. González, Hogan Lovells
Mayda Prego, Chevron
Pedro Martinez-Fraga, DLA Piper, LLP
Adriana Dantas, King & Spalding, LLP
Eliot Pedrosa, Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Keynote address by:
Thales de Miranda, Legal Manager for Corporate Finance at PETROBRAS, the state-owned oil conglomerate of the Federative Republic of Brazil.
The event will conclude with a cocktail reception. Attendance is by invitation only.
Please RSVP via the following link http://fiulawarbitration.eventbrite.com For questions please e-mail the Global Legal Studies Initiativeatglsi@fiu.eduor call us at 305-348-1125.
With institutional support from:
For more information please click here to download the invitation in PDF Format.