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            Artificial Intelligence and International Arbitration: From Theory to Practice

            DWF is delighted to invite you to a lunch seminar as part of the Paris Arbitration Week.

            02 April 2019 12:00
            02 April 2019 14:30

            Hôtel de l'Industrie
            4 Place Saint Germain des Prés
            75006 Paris

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            Join us for a discussion on how artificial intelligence can assist and improve your international arbitration practice and what the new tools developed have to offer to make the best use of legal innovation in international arbitration with IA experts and lawyers specialised in international arbitration.

            12:00 pm - Lunch
            12:30 pm - 2:00 pm - Conference
            2:00 pm – 2:30 pm - Coffee


            • Jacques Lévy Véhel, Co-Founding - Case Law Analytics
            • Jean-Rémi de Maistre, Founding President - Jus Mundi
            • Oliver Bolthausen, Partner - DWF (Munich)
            • Romain Dupeyré, Partner - DWF (Paris)


            • Jérôme Lehucher, Partner – DWF (Paris)

            Meet the speakers

            Oliver Bolthausen, LLM (USA), FCIArb (UK)

            • Partner // Managing Partner (Germany) // Global Head of International Arbitration & Disputes

            Romain Dupeyré

            • Partner

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