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Key Considerations When Arbitrating in Central and Eastern Europe — The Polish Example

22 June 2010

If you were unable to join us for the original presentation on June 22, 2010, you may access the webinar recording and presentation materials below:

Program Overview
The role of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) in the global economy is growing. Poland is an important part of CEE and offers an example of the region's standards and habits. From time to time businesses encounter agreements to arbitration in the region. In such cases, what can parties expect when a dispute actually arises? To what extent does arbitration in the CEE region differ from arbitration elsewhere? What dangers are there to be avoided? This program addressed these key issues.