CLDP seeks to organize, in Tunis, the second phase of a multiphase regional program on best practices in administering competent and efficient commercial courts on April 17-20, 2017. The goals of the workshop are to help build the capacities of judges to become specialized in adjudicating complex commercial disputes and to help court administrators incorporate modern technology in court management systems. The Tunisia workshop will focus primarily on electronic evidence and the application of international treaties to cross-border commercial disputes. The workshop will also discuss the importance of court automation, particularly for the business community, and the need for transparent publication of court decisions.
This workshop is part of CLDP’s multiphase contract enforcement program, funded by MEPI, to assist Jordan, Morocco, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Bahrain with improving the level of efficiency, predictability and transparency in the adjudication of commercial disputes.