Speaking Engagement

Introduction to International Arbitration

Young Arbitrators Forum International Arbitration: Procedure, Ethics and Neutrality

05 Mar 2015 02:05 p.m. - 03:05 p.m.

Pepperdine University School of Law
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263

Arbitration is used extensively for the resolution of international commercial disputes. It enjoys sustained popularity in large part because it functions with relative ease and predictability, while reducing the role of local courts. This panel of practitioners will provide a foundation as to what international arbitration is and how it differs from litigation. They will discuss various facets of the practice including the impact on the arbitration process of different legal traditions, the various arbitration rules available and why they matter, and common approaches to procedural issues such as the taking of evidence in international arbitration.



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