This is the 2nd in a series of five lunch talks on International Arbitration offered during the 2018 - 2019 academic year. The series covers the following topics:
- Introduction to International Arbitration – Professor Tom Ginsburg – 16 October 2018
- Drafting a Clause – Mr. Johannes Willheim of Jones Day - 28 January 2019
- Picking a Tribunal – Speaker TBA - February 2019
- Arbitration Procedure – Speaker TBA - April 2019
- Enforcing Awards – Mr. Michael Nolan of Milbank – 6 May 2019
Dr. Johannes P. Willheim is an internationally trained disputes lawyer, mediator and professional negotiator. He is a partner of the Global Disputes Practice as well as of the Energy Practice of Jones Day.
Johannes has over 20 years of experience in advising clients in how to best prevent, manage and resolve disputes as well as in representing and defending parties in administrative (regulatory), arbitration, court and mediation proceedings around the globe. Johannes is frequently appointed as an arbitrator and independent expert in AAA, DIS, ICC, VIAC, and other institutional as well as ad hoc arbitration proceedings. He also assists parties in the consensual resolution of business disputes either as mediator or professional negotiator.
Johannes has published extensively on various subjects relating to disputes resolution. He is an Adjunct Professor for International Commercial Arbitration of the Strauss Institute for Dispute Resolution at the Law School of Pepperdine University and lectures on international arbitration in leading academic programs around the globe. He is a frequent speaker at legal and industry conferences.
Johannes is a graduate of the Law School (LL.M. 2004). In addition he holds legal degrees from the Law School of the University of Vienna, Austria (Mag. iur. and Dr. iur.), the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland (M.B.L.-HSG) and King’s College London, UK (PG Diploma in EU Competition Law).
Students interested in International Arbitration are encouraged to attend all five lectures to benefit fully from the series.