The publishers of this blog cordially invite you to their brief webinar for practitioners and academics in the field of arbitration and mediation on Tuesday 10th March (4pm Central European time/3pm UK time/10am Eastern Standard Time).

During this brief webinar, Professor Klaus Peter Berger, author of the third edition of Private Dispute Resolution in International Business, will share his insights on this important Book.

Professor Berger is executive director of the Center for Transnational Law (CENTRAL) at the University of Cologne. He is also President of the German Institution of Arbitration (DIS), board-member of the Arbitration Institute at the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and a practicing international arbitrator.

This new third edition pursues three goals. First, the text of the Handbook has been updated and revised to take account of recent developments in the law and practice of ADR in international business. Second, the user-friendliness of the Handbook has been improved, so that this not only provides Answers to the Questions posed in the Case Study at the end of each Scenario, but also doubles as a stand-alone reference manual for international ADR. Third, the usability and graphical interface of the enclosed materials – now on USB Card instead of a DVD – has been improved and the ‘Skills & Advocacy’ Section improved and enlarged with new interactive training tools.

Overall, the changes reflect the dual purpose of this project, which deals not only with the law, but also with the advocacy skills required for a successful career in ADR in international business.

Register for this webinar today and receive the book at 10% discount.

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