Sovereign immunity from execution of arbitral awards - Kaj Hober
Mon 11 November 2019
Annual Lecture of the International Dispute Settlement Discussion Group.
This year, the distinguished speaker is Professor Kaj Hober. The title is 'Sovereign immunity from execution of arbitral awards'. It takes place on 11 November at 10am to 12pm in the Elder Room, Old College. Professor Kaj Hober will speak for 40 minutes, leaving the rest of the time for Q&A.
There is no need to drum that Kaj Hobér holds a long distinguished and highly regarded reputation as a leading figure in the field of international arbitration. He has acted as counsel to numerous corporations and governmental agencies in general commercial and corporate law matters throughout his professional career. Kaj is also widely regarded as an arbitrator and has been appointed to panels of large scale arbitral disputes in more than 200 international arbitrations, commercial as well as treaty-based, (including many chairmanships) across a variety of tribunals which include the SCC, ICC, ICISD and the LCIA, amongst others.
For further inquires on the lecture, please contact Mr. Ke Song, firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is supported by the Edinburgh Centre for International and Global Law.