2/24/2016 4:00 PM
| Faculty of Management, Koper, Trg Brolo 12, lecture room B6
Marko Djinović Director of Legal Department at the CCIS, Advisor to ICC Slovenia
INCOTERMS 2010 AND INTERNATIONAL SALE OF GOODS: HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT TERM?
Koper ǀ 24 February 2016 ǀ at 4 pm Faculty of Management ǀ Trg Brolo 12 ǀ lecture room B6
Guest lecturer Marko Djinovic is the Secretary General of the Ljubljana Arbitration Centre at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia (the LAC) where he is responsible for the management of work for the LAC, and overseeing day-to-day administration of disputes referred to the LAC. Marko Djinovic is also General Counsel to the Slovenian Chamber of Commerce. His areas of expertise include in particular international arbitration, international commercial law and corporate law affairs. He is also an Expert Advisor to the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), National Committee of Slovenia, an active member of the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR (2012-present) and ICC Commission on Commercial Law and Practice (2010 – present). Marko is the Executive Editor of the Slovenian Arbitration Review (SAR) and visiting lecturer at the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana where he teaches arbitration and ADR.
ICC Incoterms 2010 provide universal interpretation rules for eleven most common trade terms. From these 11 terms, exporter/importer has to choose the Incoterm that is most appropriate for the transaction at hand. This lecture deals withe the rationale behind his or her choice and factors that influence it.