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Fast Track Procedures and Virtual Protocols

Modern life and commerce transactions need fast resolutions for their disputes, and the pandemic situation needs virtual hearings. The conference addresses fast-track arbitration, also known as expedited arbitration, and how the world is dealing with virtual hearings.

With the participation of:

  • Andrea Hulbert, Partner at Hulbert Volio Montero
  • Gianfranco Di Garbo; Of counsel at Interconsulting Studio Associato
  • Bernardo Cartoni, FCIArb - Independent Lawyer and Arbitrator
  • Nazareth Romero, Partner at Studio Legale Ovoli Frugoni Romero Abogados
  • José Antonio Elíaz, Socio Pae Legal

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Pragma is an international network of law firms established in January 2001.

It resulted from the aspirations shared by four European law firms from France, Italy, Spain and Portugal.

Having worked together for over ten years, it was decided to set up Pragma to advise individuals and companies in the context of the increasing globalisation of business relations.

Pragma differs from many other law networks having only one law office or one law network per country.

Currently, Pragma has 48 law offices in 17 countries with a turnover of more than 100 million Euros.

Pragma is an international network of law firms established in January 2001.

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