Improving Arbitration Procedure: Tips and Traps for an Efficient Process

You are invited to attend a stimulating panel discussion on tips and trips for improving arbitration proceedings so that it is a more time and cost efficient process. In particular, the seminar will be examining some of the key differences between arbitration and litigation in terms of collection, production and presentation of evidence (both documentary and from witnesses/experts), as well as differences in the ways in which parties put forward case arguments in arbitration as opposed to litigation. The focus of these discussions will be to highlight that, while arbitration is a vigorous legal process with demanding standards of proof, the procedural flexibility afforded to the parties by the arbitration process (when used effectively) allows for a more streamlined and condensed proceeding.

Moderator:

Jo Delaney, Baker McKenzie

Panelists:

Andrew Battison, Norton Rose Fulbright;
Brenda Horrigan
, Herbert Smith Freehills;
Cameron Hassall, Clifford Chance;
Daniel Meltz, 12 Wentworth Selborne Chambers.

 

Proudly sponsored by global law firm, Norton Rose Fulbright, the discussion will be followed by drinks and canapés.

Although the event is free of charge, registration is essential.

 

Date:
Wednesday, 31 July 2019
 
Time:
5.45 – 7.00 pm (networking drinks to 7.30 pm)
 
Venue:
Norton Rose Fulbright
Grosvenor Place, Level 18
225 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000
AUSTRALIA
 
RSVP:
By no later than Friday, 27 July 2019
 
CIArb Media:
Gianna Totaro
CEO, CIArb Australia
Mob: 0438 337 328
info@ciarb.net.au
 
Proudly sponsored by:
 
 

 

Chair

Jo Delaney
Jo Delaney

Partner, Baker McKenzie
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Panelist

Andrew Battison
Andrew Battisson

Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
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Panelist

brenda horrigan
Brenda Horrigan

Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills
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Panelist

Cameron Hassall
Cameron Hassall

Partner, Clifford Chance
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Panelist

Daniel Meltz
Daniel Meltz

Barrister, 12 Wentworth Selborne Chambers
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About the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

Since 1915 and with over 16,000 members worldwide in over 130 countries operating in over 250 commercial sectors, the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators exists for the global promotion, facilitation and development of all forms of private dispute resolution. In addition to providing education, training and accreditation for arbitrators, mediators and adjudicators, CIArb acts as an international centre for practitioners, policymakers, academics and businessmen. CIArb Australia is one of 40 branches offering institute members a prestigious, globally-recognised qualification and access to a global professional community and regular networking opportunities. www.ciarb.net.au