A panel of seasoned practitioners will both identify various thorny procedural and substantive issues presented by cases with non-participating respondents, and provide practical guidance for counsel and arbitrators when presenting or evaluating evidence, as well as measures that should be considered or taken to balance the due process rights of non-participating respondents with the need to move the arbitration forward and render an enforceable award.
Brief opening and closing remarks will be given by Marek Krasula (Regional Director for North America, ICC International Court of Arbitration®),Peter Sherwin (Partner, Proskauer Rose LLP and Chair of USCIB/ICC USA’s Arbitration Committee), and Matthew Draper, FCIArb (Partner, Draper & Draper LLC and Chair of USCIB/ICC USA’s Arbitration Committee’s Sole Practitioner Subcommittee).
The roundtable discussion will be followed by a Q&A session with the audience. If you wish to submit questions in advance to the panelists, please submit them here.
International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and United States Council for International Business (USCIB-ICC USA), as part of their Sole Practitioner Group “Nuts & Bolts Arbitrator Series”
Chartered Institute of Arbitrators New York branch (CIArbNY)