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 credit is pending.
Instructions for accessing the program will be sent prior to the event.
For additional information, please contact Jean Shim at +1 202 263 3885 or firstname.lastname@example.org.