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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

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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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Consultation open for ICCA working group’s draft Cybersecurity Protocol

24 July 2018 Erin Marsh, Africa; Asia-Pacific; Europe; Latin America; Middle East; North America

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The draft Cybersecurity Protocol for International Arbitration has been published by the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA) Working Group on Cybersecurity in International Arbitration. Accessible here, the protocol does not specify particular measures to be included in arbitration agreements or procedural orders, but instead proposes a framework for developing cybersecurity measures appropriate to each individual case. Written comments should be submitted to cybersecurity@arbitration-icca.org no later than 30 September 2018.

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An introduction to the relationship between smart contracts and international dispute resolution mechanisms

19 June 2018 Matthew Weiniger, Africa; Asia-Pacific; Europe; Latin America; Middle East; North America

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In this video blog, Matthew Weiniger QC, our Global Co-Head of International Arbitration, takes a look at one of the oft-cited advantages of smart contracts and distributed ledger technology; namely their ability to reduce, or even eliminate, the potential for disputes. Matthew examines whether this is really true, and why parties should still be thinking about building conventional dispute resolution mechanisms into such structures.

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