LONDON: Sharing expertise on experts
Friday, 6 July 2012 (10 months ago) • Issue: Volume 7 - Issue 4
An ICC UK arbitration debate on the value of expert evidence in international arbitration looked at the independence and impartiality of experts, the need for tribunal-appointed experts, the use of “hot-tubbing” and the alternative routes parties can take. Kate Wilford, a senior associate at host firm Hogan Lovells, reports.
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