Miami, well known for its night-life and beaches, has grown into one of the world’s top cities for international arbitration and international business due to its robust legal infrastructure and its location at the crossroads of North America, Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe, and its vast cultural and linguistic diversity.
Landy is Chairman of the Miami International Arbitration Society, or MIAS, and was the Chair of the ICCA 2014 Host Committee. International arbitration is a way to resolve cross-border commercial disputes as an alternative to international litigation, which can be a lot more costly and time consuming. For over two decades, members of MIAS have helped pass state legislation to make Florida a friendly state for international arbitration procedures.
“The arrival of the ICCA Congress in 2014 is a validation of our efforts and an opportunity to showcase why Miami has earned a spot among the top global venues for arbitration proceedings,”
The Miami Magnet program was initiated a few years ago to encourage local community residents to promote Greater Miami to their respective associations, corporations, and affiliations. Each year, the GMCVB acknowledges an elite group of individuals by presenting them with the Miami Magnet Award for their contributions to the Miami Meetings industry. Other recipients include: Peter Clarke, 2013 Models Conference and 2014 High Assurance Systems Engineering, Jose Rojas National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF) 2014 Mid-Year Meeting, Manny Ruiz 2014 Annual Hispanicize, and David Schwartz Florida International Bankers Association 2014 Anti Money Laundering Compliance Conference.