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Past Event
8 December 2015


  • Sarah E. Reynolds
    T +1 312 701 7644
  • James R. Ferguson
    T +1 312 701 7282


Jeffrey A. Cohen
Analysis Group

Quinn Smith 
Gomm & Smith

David Kay
Drinker Biddle


Using Experts in International Arbitration: Different Circumstances, Different Rules

The use of experts in international arbitration presents unique considerations that seldom arise in traditional litigation. For example, low-quality experts are normally eliminated early in traditional litigation. By contrast, in international arbitration, where the procedural and evidentiary rules are more relaxed, low-quality experts can sometimes play a role through the end of the proceedings. Arbitrators and parties in international arbitration also employ a wider range of expert selection and presentation methods than generally available in traditional litigation. This panel will provide practical tips on:

  • Selecting and vetting experts
  • Preparing experts for presentation
  • Using technology and demonstratives to increase an expert’s impact
  • Addressing junk science

CLE is not available when listening to a recording of this program. In order to receive credit you must have attended the live webinar program.


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