Effective Fact Finding vs. Information Overload: Too Much Paper in Arbitration? Mannheim Arbitration Conference, February 26, 2016

ICC Court of Arbitration LogoA one-day conference hosted by the University of Mannheim and co-organized with the ICC is devoted to the methods of establishing facts in international arbitration.

Here is from the organizers: “The Mannheim International Arbitration Conference 2016 will provide a forum for discussion for internationally renowned practitioners from both common law and civil law jurisdictions in order to shed light on these issues. The topics discussed will focus on the different methods of establishing facts in international arbitrations from the perspectives of various jurisdictions and the impact each method has on international arbitration.” The conference will cover witness statements, expert reports, document production and the burden of proof. See here for the full programme.

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