2021 AAA Construction Conference Series: Unique Considerations in Arbitrating International DisputesForward to colleague
Session ID: 21PRW017
Registration Status: Open
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Faculty and Summary
This presentation offers insights into some of the unique considerations in arbitrating international construction mega project disputes. Discussions include issues to consider when selecting international construction arbitrators, characteristics of successful international construction counsel, unique document exchange (including email issues, cybersecurity, and GDPR concerns) in the international construction world, the influence of cultural differences on examination style and techniques, the effective use of party-appointed experts, and the use of technology in international construction arbitration.
Oliver J. Armas, Hogan Lovells US LLP; New York, NY
Albert Bates, Jr., FCIArb, Troutman Pepper; Pittsburgh, PA
Wendy K. Venoit, Hinckley Allen; Boston, MA
Aisha Nadar, Consultant, Advokatfirman Runeland AB; Stockholm, Sweden
Luis Martinez, Vice President, International Centre for Dispute Resolution
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