- Arbitration proceedings in the age of virtual hearing rooms
- International arbitration rules on virtual arbitral proceedings
- Looking to the guidance provided by the Seoul protocol and other international institutions on videoconferencing and virtual hearings
- Practical and legal implications
Law360, Expert Analysis: In these tumultuous times, users of international arbitration may rely on guidance from various arbitral tribunals to virtually proceed with their disputes, but few arbitral institutions have addressed the practicalities and challenges of videoconference proceedings, say Ricardo Ugarte, Imad Khan and Amanda Jereige, lawyers at Winston & Strawn LLP.
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