Victoria Associates sponsored the 24th Annual IBA Arbitration Day, that took place last 13 and 14 April, in Lisbon.
More than 500 people and a host of excellent speakers gathered in the Lisbon Congress Centre to discuss issues related to the topic “International arbitration in a divided world: a challenge to the system’s legitimacy”.
The program included panels that discussed:
• The impact of third party funding on investment arbitration • The implications of sanctions for international arbitration • Duty of disclosure: self-regulation vs statutory regulation • Dealing with corruption in international arbitration
The IBA Arbitration Day also included a keynote speech dedicated to the subject “The perils and promise of transparency”.
Victoria Associates sponsored the event, which made us extremely happy and proud, as the photo illustrates (from left to right Ricardo Vigário, Duarte G Henriques, Rita de Carvalho and João Frazão). It speaks loads about the positioning and relevance of Victoria Associates in the arena of international arbitration, as we will explain in a future post.
The Portuguese Comparative Guide will help you in:
1. Understanding the local context: A country report on Portugal can offer valuable insight into the local context, including the legal system, culture, and business practices. This understanding can help parties involved in international arbitration to navigate the process more effectively.
2. Insight into arbitration procedures: The report can provide insight into the local arbitration procedures used in Portugal. Understanding the legal framework for arbitration in Portugal can help parties involved in international arbitration to better understand the process and to anticipate any potential issues that may arise.
3. Availability of resources: The report can also provide information on the availability of resources. This information can help parties involved in international arbitration to identify and engage the most appropriate resources for their needs.
Overall, reading a country report for Portugal on international arbitration can offer valuable insight into the legal, cultural, and economic context in which international arbitration takes place in the country.
Please feel free to write to us if you have any additional questions: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com .
We are pleased to announce the opening of our new Lisbon office on January 17. You can find our new office at Av. Duque de Ávila, no. 23 – 3 Dto., 1000-138 Lisbon, Portugal and opening time 09:00 AM.
This is a necessary but truly delightful step since we are growing on a steady pace: more and bigger cases to handle by a growing team of talented and enthusiastic people. Onwards and upwards, doing what we like and liking what we do.
We would like to thank you for your consistent support and look forward to assisting you in our areas of expertise.
If you have any questions regarding the new location, you can contact us at +351 213530560 or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org