On Nov. 2, 2017, Eric Z. Chang will speak at a conference titled “The Evolving Use of International Arbitration and Mediation for Disputes in the Technology Sector.

The Conference is hosted by Stanford Law School, The Silicon Valley Arbitration & Mediation Center (SVAMC), The International Centre for Dispute Resolution’s Young and International section, and Sherman and Sterling.

The panel will be held at Stanford Law School on Thursday 2 November 2017. Conference details (including RSVP) can be found here. Attendance is free of charge but has limited capacity (RSVP deadline is 1 November 2017).

Eric will address mediation and third party funding as part of the toolkit particularly suited for technology disputes. The panel will be moderated by Stanford Law School’s Prof. Janet Martinez.


About the Author:

Eric Z. Chang, firm founder and Principal, has extensive experience practicing both in civil law and common law systems. He is a former French Avocat à la cour and a current member of the New York and California Bars. He has practiced in Paris, New York and California on cross-border matters involving parties and disputes in Africa, Europe, the United States, Latin America, Asia and the Middle East. His experience covers a wide range of issues and industries: he has represented commercial clients in cases dealing with construction delays and disruptions, finance, securities and accounting fraud, shareholder disputes, maritime attachments, oil and energy, banking and telecommunications. He also represents clients on investor-state disputes, including bilateral investment treaty (BIT) arbitration.