Challenges with Enforcing International Contracts

Challenges with Enforcing International Contracts

BDK Advokati’s partner Luka Popovic spoke about challenges facing the private sector in enforcement of international contracts during a judicial workshop on enforcement of international sales contracts. The workshop was organised on 24-25 October by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Commercial Law Development Program (CLDP), and the U.S. Embassy in Montenegro. The workshop is part of CLDP’s technical assistance in Montenegro in the area of judicial capacity building, aimed to improve the legal environment for doing business.

Other speakers were Professor Peter Winship, Dedman School of Law, Southern Methodist University, whose presentation was about international arbitration, and Judge Bernice Donald, Court of Appeals 6th Circuit, who spoke about enforcement of arbitral awards. Judge Michael Mills, Northern District of Mississippi, moderated a case study.

The workshop was attended by 25 judges and judicial clerks of the Montenegrin courts.

BDK Advokati’s partner Luka Popovic spoke about challenges facing the private sector in enforcement of international contracts during a judicial workshop on enforcement of international sales contracts. The workshop was organised on 24-25 October by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Commercial Law Development Program (CLDP), and the U.S. Embassy in Montenegro. The workshop is part of CLDP’s technical assistance in Montenegro in the area of judicial capacity building, aimed to improve the legal environment for doing business.

Other speakers were Professor Peter Winship, Dedman School of Law, Southern Methodist University, whose presentation was about international arbitration, and Judge Bernice Donald, Court of Appeals 6th Circuit, who spoke about enforcement of arbitral awards. Judge Michael Mills, Northern District of Mississippi, moderated a case study.

The workshop was attended by 25 judges and judicial clerks of the Montenegrin courts.