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After partial lifting of sanctions in January 2016 Iran’s capital Tehran has been a frequent destination for business travellers from all over the world. Thanks to its prominent geographical situation between Europe and East Asia, its rich natural resources and the highly skilled work force Iran is considered to be one of the next emerging markets having impact on the global economy. Iran’s return to the global trade community will boost international trade with and investment in the country. Given the recent developments, Tehran seems to be the adequate place to host the AIJA seminar “Negotiating and Drafting International Contracts”.
The seminar is designed to give practical guidance in managing international commercial contracts and will, among others, deal with best practice rules for the conduct of negotiations, do’s and don’ts and typical clauses including dispute resolution mechanisms. The seminar will be held by highly qualified lawyers with a strong international background. It is directed to lawyers as well as in-house counsels and contract executives of international companies. We therefore cordially invite you to join us in Tehran. It will be the perfect place to get to know our fellow lawyers from Iran and vice versa and to build up a network for future upcoming business opportunities.
Reza Motamedi, Tehran, Iran, Chair of the International Section of the Iran Central Bar Association
Wiebe de Vries, BloomTax B.V., Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Vice-President of AIJA
Encyeh Seyed Sadr, Iran Central Bar Association, Tehran, Iran
Reza Yazdi, Iran Central Bar Association, Tehran, Iran
Prosha Dehghani, Archipel Law, Paris, France
Babak Tabeshian, Roth & Kollegen, Munich, Germany
Manuel Moling, Moling and Agstner, Bolzano, Italy
Manoosh Manoochehri, Iran Central Bar Association, Tehran,Iran
Shokooh Hosseinabadi, Iran Central Bar Association, Tehran, Iran
Noban Fashandi, Iran Central Bar Association, Tehran, Iran
Aline von Düring, M/Advocates of LAW, Deira, United Arab Emirates
Justus Jansen, Head of Dispute Resolution GSK Stockmann, Hamburg, Germany
Raphaëlle Favre Schnyder, Barandun von Graffenried, Zurich, Switzerland
Laya Jonaydi, Iran Central Bar Association, Tehran, Iran
Final remarks and closing ceremony
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