About the Lecture
The International Arbitration Lecture series continues to attract guest speakers from the four corners of the world to give their insights into the challenges facing international arbitration. We look forward to bringing you the 21st Lecture.
Topic: Third Parties and International Commercial Arbitration: Reframing the Debate
Third parties present one of the most challenging and contentious issues in international commercial arbitration. The contractual nature of arbitration has long struggled to accommodate such entities but as multiparty disputes become ubiquitous in international commerce, the need for solutions is compelling.
This lecture examines the issue of third parties and international commercial arbitration through the lens of the relationship between the courts and arbitration, with a primary focus on court applications to restrain litigation in favour of arbitration and anti-arbitration injunctions.
Date: Wednesday, 9 November 2022
Time: 6:00pm for a 6:30pm (start) - 8:00pm
Location: Federal Court of Australia, 305 William Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000
International Arbitration Foreign Investment in Australia International Trade