On April 25, 2017, American
Chamber of Commerce in Serbia and Law office Stankovic and Partners organize a
Briefing Session on Data Protection in Arbitration Cases. This event is
intended for all the peers interested in finding our more about the challenges
with document discovery in arbitration procedure, from the standpoint of data
protection issues, local laws and regulations, including international
practice. Also, this opportunity will be used to explain data protection during
discovery process, including the best international practices. Special emphasis
will be placed on the framework of Article 48 of the new EU law (applicable as
of May 2018), as well as other relevant issues. The speakers will be Andrej
Savin, Associate Professor, Copenhagen Business School, Philip Punwar, Partner at
Baker Botts LLP, expert in international arbitration, and Nenad Stankovic,
Attorney at Law, Stankovic and Partners.

Having in mind the increased need
for more information about cooperation of foreign and local law firms in
international arbitration proceedings, two additional events will be organized
by the same counterparts. The first one will take place on April 26, 2017, at
1.30 PM at the Amphitheatre VIII (courtroom) of the University of Belgrade
Faculty of Law. The speakers will be Philip Punwar, Partner at Baker Botts LLP
and Nenad Stankovic, Attorney at Law of NSTLAW.

The second one will take place on
the same day at 5.30 PM in the Conference Hall of the Arbitration Association.
The speaker will be Philip Punwar of Baker Botts LLP. Some of the topics will
be civil and common law approaches, weighing the evidence and establishing,
operating and developing arbitration institutions.

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