Speaking Engagements

Arbitration Award: A Decision That Resolves Controversy or Doctrinal Treaty?

8th Annual Latin American Arbitration Congress
04.28.14

Gardere Attorney Viviana Castro Hurtado is scheduled to speak at the 8th Annual Latin American Arbitration Congress in Lima, Peru April 28 - May 1. This year's theme is "Arbitration Award: A Decision That Resolves Controversy or Doctrinal Treaty?" The event is organized by the Peruvian Institute of Arbitration in collaboration with the Peru chapter of the Spanish Arbitration Club. It has become one of the most important academic and professional activities in the South American region.

The Latin American Arbitration Congress has become one of the most important academic and professional activities in the South American region. The event brings together professionals interested in international commercial arbitration and arbitration of investment among judges, lawyers, businessmen and public officials.

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