Dispute Resolution in the Age of Japan-EU EPA
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About the Event
Join us for a lively networking event and timely panel discussion on how - if at all - the newly enacted Japan-EU Economic Partnership Agreement will alter the way in which disputes are resolved between Japanese and European parties. The panel will address issues related to both Commercial and Investment disputes.
When: July 12th , 2019
Time: 6 pm - 7 pm (Networking with Drinks and Snacks)
7 pm - 8:30 pm (Panel)
Where: Thomson Reuters Japan
Address: 30F Akasaka Biz Tower, 5-3-1 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-6330 Participation fee: Free of Charge
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Tony Andriotis is a Partner with the international law firm of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, which has offices throughout Europe, Asia, Australia and the United States. He also serves as President of the Greek Chamber of Commerce in Japan, a Board Member to the Roppongi Bar Association, and an Adjunct Professor/Lecturer at both Keio Law School and the Tokyo campus of Temple Law School.
Francesca Benatti is Associate Professor of Comparative Law at University of Padua. Admitted to the Bar of Milano, she served as co-arbitrator, sole arbitrator and administrative secretary in both administered and ad hoc arbitration proceedings.
Lars Markert is a Foreign Law Partner in the international dispute resolution department of Nishimura & Asahi, Japan’s largest law firm. Admitted in Germany and New York, he acts as counsel in commercial and investment disputes, and serves as presiding and sole arbitrator in arbitration proceedings. He teaches investment arbitration as adjunct professor at the University of Cologne, Germany.
Michael Mroczek is a Swiss licensed attorney and a Foreign Law Partner at Okuno & Partners. He also serves as Chairman of the European Business Council in Japan (EBC) and lectures international arbitration at the University of Tokyo as well as at the Tokyo campus of Temple Law School.
Giorgio Fabio Colombo is Associate Professor of Law at Nagoya University Graduate School of Law, where he teaches International Commercial Arbitration, and Visiting Professor of Japanese Law at “Ca’ Foscari” University of Venice. He was Visiting researcher at Ritsumeikan University, and Research fellow of Comparative law at the University of Pavia. Admitted to the Bar of Milan, he served as arbitrator and administrative secretary in both administered and ad hoc arbitration proceedings.