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Coronavirus (COVID-19)—practical tips for conducting teleconferences and videoconferences in arbitral hearings

Coronavirus (COVID-19)—practical tips for conducting teleconferences and videoconferences in arbitral hearings
Published on: 24 March 2020
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Coronavirus (COVID-19)—practical tips for conducting teleconferences and videoconferences in arbitral hearings
  • What practical steps need to be considered in advance of a hearing conducted by teleconference?
  • What are your top tips for successful presentation and advocacy at a hearing over the telephone? Any pitfalls or traps to avoid?
  • How should I prepare my (non-witness) client in advance of a teleconference? Should they attend?
  • What, if any, actions should be carried out after the hearing?
  • What practical steps need to be considered in advance of a substantive hearing conducted by videoconference?
  • What are your top tips for successful presentation and advocacy during a video hearing? Any pitfalls and traps?
  • What are your top tips for successful examination and cross-examination of witnesses during a video hearing? Any pitfalls and traps?
  • What steps should be taken after the hearing has concluded?

Article summary

Arbitration analysis: Steven Finizio, partner, and Polina Permyakova, counsel, of WilmerHale offer practical guidance and tips to practitioners on conducting teleconferences and videoconferences in arbitral hearings in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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