DAA Dutch Arbitration Day 2019

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The Dutch Arbitration Association invites you to the 2019 Dutch Arbitration Day.
The theme of this year’s conference will be:

Challenges and Opportunities in a new Decade:
The Impact of the Changing Legal and Political Landscape on Arbitration

The Dutch Arbitration Association will hold its seventh annual conference on Thursday, 10 October 2019. During this year’s event, a range of recent and future developments will be discussed as well as their impact on arbitration and the manner in which arbitrations will be conducted in the near future. These developments will, amongst others, include the rise of commercial and investment courts, the effects of regulation, such as the GDPR, and the stances of local courts in annulment and enforcement proceedings.

Date: Thursday 10 October 2019
Time: Conference: 9:45-17:45  /  Cocktail Dinatoire: 17:45-0:00  /  Diversity Networking Breakfast: 8:15-9:45
Venue: The Hermitage, Amsterdam, The Netherlands


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Registration fee

The registration fee will be: EUR 325 for non-members; EUR 275 for members; EUR 150 euro for in-house counsel and EUR 75 for students *. The price is including the cocktail dinatoire. Membership may be applied for via the DAA-website.

*) Note for students: Students must show their student card on the day of the conference.


Please fill in the form to register. You may register for this event until Tuesday 1 October 2019.



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Hotel suggestions

An overview of hotel suggestions can be viewed here.

Contact information

We hope to be able to welcome you all at The Hermitage Amsterdam on Thursday 10 October 2019. For further information concerning the conference, please visit www.dutcharbitrationassociation.nl or contact us via: dad@dutcharbitrationassociation.nl.

Cancellation policy

Your registration will be treated as a commitment to attend the conference. If you do need to cancel, the DAA must be notified in writing. If a written cancellation is received before 23 September 2019, the registration fee will be refunded. When a written cancellation is received before 3 October 2018, 50% will be refunded. Without a written cancellation there is no refund possible.