Arbitration Links - Linklaters
  • Topic: Evidence
  • Jurisdiction: North America

Live stream: ICC YAF: The psychology of decision-making in international arbitration

23 May 2019 Cezary Wisniewski; Alicja Zielinska-Eisen, Africa; Asia-Pacific; Europe; Latin America; Middle East; North America; Poland


On Friday, May 24 at 15:00 CET, the Warsaw office of Linklaters hosted the latest ICC Young Arbitrators Forum conference titled “The psychology of decision-making in international arbitration”. The conference opened with a keynote presentation by Dr. Ula Cartwright-Finch, an international arbitration specialist with a PhD in Cognitive Psychology, and a thought leader in legal psychology. A panel discussion followed addressing questions such as what factors influence arbitrators’ decisions, how does diversity within a group impact its performance, and how reliable is a witness’ memory?

We live-streamed this event. For more details, including on how to watch, please click through to the full article.

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Southern District grants Section 1782 discovery for private commercial arbitration

23 January 2017 Patrick Ashby, North America; United States of America


Private international arbitral bodies are considered foreign tribunals for the purpose of 28 U.S.C. §1782 (“Section 1782”), the United States statute that allows parties to obtain evidence in the U.S. for use in legal proceedings outside of the U.S., according to a recent decision by Judge Furman of the District Court for the Southern District of New York (“Southern District”).

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