December 2021 — James Hosking, Yasmine Lahlou and co-editor Giacomo Rojas Elgueta, with the help of national reporters across the globe, have published a comparative survey called “Does a Right to a Physical Hearing Exist in Arbitration?” Amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the pivot to a prominently digital-based work environment, complex legal questions have arisen about when and how to conduct remote arbitration hearings. James, Yasmine and Giacomo will host two webinars to celebrate publication of the General Report discussing the key findings and global trends that emerged from this one-of-a- kind comparative survey. The launch is hosted by the project’s sponsor, The International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA), as part of its celebrations of its 60th Anniversary.
In order to cover multiple time zones, two webinar times are being offered. Prior registration is required and limited spots are available. Participants will be confirmed on a first come first served basis. These webinars will take place on:
In the 60 years since its establishment in 1961, ICCA has held 25 Congresses across 6 continents, established 5 lines of publications that are a leading source of know-how in international arbitration, set up 12 project groups addressing important topics in the field, and has held judicial outreach sessions in 30 jurisdictions on 6 continents across the world.
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