Entrepreneurs in Navoi, Bukhara learn about arbitration courts
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) --
Entrepreneurs and lawyers discussed the role of arbitration courts in dispute settlement at the UNDP-supported seminars in the Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CCI) of Navoi and Bukhara regions on 25 and 26 February.
The seminars titled “Arbitration Courts in Uzbekistan: practical aspects of activity and development perspectives of arbitration proceeding among entrepreneurs” are a part of the series planned to be held in all regions of Uzbekistan as a part of awareness raising campaign.
Over 40 participants discussed possible use of the arbitration system in future claims as well as current trends in arbitration, including procedures of the arbitration courts and selection of arbitrators. They have exchanged recommendations on arbitration clauses and ways of dispute settlement among entrepreneurs.
Another seminar will be held in Tashkent for students of the Academy of State and Social Construction under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan on 28 February.
The Arbitration Development Center, established with UNDP’s assistance in 2008 under CCI Uzbekistan, worked out new the methodology of arbitrators attestation and a unified system of document circulation in all regional arbitration courts.
The seminar is part of the project “Supporting development of arbitration courts and other alternative methods of dispute settlement in the Republic of Uzbekistan” implemented by UNDP and CCI Uzbekistan.