The third phase of a 2017 program to train arbitrators and formally qualify them for the job begins at Qatar Chamber today (5 March) at the Chamber headquarter.
The four-day phase which is titled “Arbitration verdict” will include the issuance of the arbitration verdict in terms of deliberation procedures and in cases of rejection by one of the arbitrators to participate in the deliberation or the lack of unanimity of the arbitrators or omission one of the arbitrators to approve the verdict.
It also addresses the date of issuing the verdict and control of arbitration center on the draft verdict
The programme includes five phases and is organised by Qatar International Centre for Conciliation & Arbitration (QICCA) in collaboration with the GCC Commercial Arbitration Centre, with a large number of lawyers, engineers and accountants taking part.
It aims to train and qualify Qataris and GCC citizens as arbitrators to enable them to take up the job of arbitration and settle commercial, financial and investment-related disputes through scientific training programs.
The first phase was held last January under the title “ Drafting controls of Arbitration Clause”, where as the second phase was held in Feb under the theme” titled “Procedures and Management of Arbitration Claim”.
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