Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
- Participants will often work in groups to complete training exercises and study regional and international cases.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Identify the correct approach to resolving legal disputes.
- Reduce the likelihood of disputes leading to legal proceedings.
- Apply local and international legal requirements for dispute settlement.
- Utilize arbitration knowledge to negotiate terms.
- Use the law to achieve desired outcomes in their organization.
Professionals from all industries involved in contract management and dispute resolution, including project managers, contract managers, procurement managers, supply chain managers, contractors, architects, and developers.
Training Program Content:
- Fundamentals of Dispute Resolution
- Overview of the Dispute Resolution Process
- Dispute resolution methods, including:
- Cooperative law
- Introduction to International Court Proceedings
- Claim Path
- Preliminary Procedures
- Court Documents
- Case Management
Dispute Resolution in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Countries:
- Alternative Dispute Resolution System
- Early Neutral Evaluation
- Importance of having an alternative in dispute resolution
- Civil Law System
- Subsidiary Groups
- Common Law System
- Court Decisions
- Legislative Laws
- Introduction to International Arbitration
- Institutional Arbitration vs. “Ad Hoc” Arbitration
- Introduction to Mediation: Process and Principles
Arbitration in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Countries:
- Drafting International Arbitration Clauses
- Arbitration Award and Enforcement
- Modern International Arbitration Law
- Pros and Cons: