Session II: Accelerating Change; Will International Arbitrations be Different When the Pandemic is Over? (Recording)
Session II of the Leading Arbitrators' Symposium considered whether the Covid-19 pandemic and resulting experiences with videoconference hearings will affect the way international arbitrations are conducted in the future. It addressed the pandemic’s impact on the conduct of conferences, hearings, and deliberations, as well as on the cost and efficiency of international arbitrations. It also covered regional, cultural, and enforcement considerations.
Originally hosted on 24 June 2020, this session is available as a recording. This Zoom webconference, chaired by Grant Hanessian (Hanessian ADR, New York) featured a discussion among the following panelists:
Adriana Braghetta (Adriana Braghetta Advogados)
Michael Hwang (Michael Hwang Chambers)
Michael McIlwrath (Global Litigation Counsel)
Lucy Reed (Arbitration Chambers)
Matthias Scherer (LALIVE)
Laurence Shore (Bonelli Erede Lombardi Pappalardo)
Details of Session II topics can be found here: http://www.jurisconferences.com/2019/sixteenth-annual-leading-arbitrators-symposium/
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