Bryan Cave will co-sponsor an International Arbitration Seminar taking place Oct. 24 in Bryan Cave’s Miami office. The firm is partnering with the ICDR Young and International, International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA), Transnational Dispute Management (TDM), University of Miami School of Law, and the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division to deliver the seminar on procedural efficiency and how to spend less in arbitration.

Businesses today continue to focus on the bottom line, including the costs associated with dispute resolution. A diverse group of panelists – an arbitrator, a practitioner, an institution representative and an in-house counsel – will discuss how to get the best result in the most cost-effective manner. Miami Managing Partner Ryan Reetz will be a panelist and London Counsel Maria Gritsenko will be the moderator.

Reetz is based in Miami and represents clients as trial counsel in international and domestic commercial and regulatory disputes. His international disputes practice focuses on cases involving one or more foreign companies, persons or governments, as well as disputes involving other interests of foreign countries, such as enforcement of foreign judgments or arbitral awards, international discovery and service of process abroad. His practice also includes class actions, complex commercial litigation and regulatory matters. In addition to acting as counsel, he has served as an arbitrator in international commercial disputes.

Gritsenko is based in London and focuses her practice in international arbitration and litigation and has been selected by Who's Who Legal 2018 as a "Future Leader" in international arbitration. She has extensive international experience having spent several years with leading dispute resolution practices in London, Paris and Washington, D.C. Gritsenko’s experience includes bilateral and multilateral investment treaties arbitration, international commercial arbitration under a variety of rules, commercial litigation before the U.S. and English courts, and coordination of international and local dispute resolution proceedings in multiple fora. She also has assisted clients with corporate investigations under the FCPA. Her working languages include English, French and Russian. Gritsenko is a member of the ICDR Y&I Global Advisory Board.

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