The value of a multi-cultural approach in resolving international disputes through arbitration
In addition to conflicts of interests and/or conflicts of laws, cultural differences also play an important part in international arbitration and how these differences are handled can determine the success of an arbitral process. This seminar will therefore also offer practical insights into the effective management of cross-cultural issues in international arbitration across Europe, the US and Asia covering:
- How do different aspects of domestic dispute resolution culture impact procedure?
- Differences in the approach to initiating and subsequently setting out a party’s case
- Dealing with documentary and witness evidence
- Are concepts of “due process” global?
- Leveraging the choice of counsel to obtain a "home court advantage" in any jurisdiction.
- Neil Popović, Partner, Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
- Annet van Hooft, Partner, Bird & Bird LLP
- Jonathan Choo, Partner, Bird & Bird LLP
- Robert Rhoda, Partner, Bird & Bird LLP
- Bryony Hurst, Associate, Bird & Bird LLP
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