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Meet the SCC: Evidence in International Arbitration – Comparative perspectives

Many international arbitrations, particularly those in the construction sector, can concern a considerable volume of oral and written evidence. How do we ensure the proper handling of evidence in international arbitration? SCC Board Member Eva Kalnina will discuss this issue together with international arbitration practitioners and academics in London on 19 June.

Meet the SCC Eva Kalnina

Since international arbitration can involve multiple international parties, highlight differences in legislation and practice between countries, it can create complications regarding evidence and the expectations on the dispute resolution mechanism.

SCC Arbitration Institute is supporting an event on evidence in international arbitration, organized by the Centre of Construction Law & Dispute Resolution at King’s College London. Our goal is to address challenges that occur in disputes and contribute to improved proceedings in the future.

We delve into the role of witnesses and experts in the evidentiary process, as well as discuss how to handle disclosure, admissibility, and evaluation of evidence to only use relevant and reliable evidence in deliberations.

Date: 19 June 2024
Time: 17.00 21.00
Venue: King's Building, King’s College London Strand Campus, London

Dr. Beata Gessel-Kalinowska vel Kalisz, Senior Partner at Gessel
Dr. Jan Kleinheisterkamp, Independent Arbitrator and Mediator
Gabriel Armanet, Senior Director at FTI Consulting
Aleksander Kalisz, Research Associate at the Centre of Construction Law & Dispute Resolution, King's College London
James Hope, Partner at Vinge
Lindy Patterson KC, Barrister and Arbitrator at 39 Essex Chambers

Professor Renato Nazzini, Director of the Centre of Construction Law & Dispute Resolution, King's College London
Eva Kalnina, Arbitrator at the Arbitration Chambers and SCC Board Member

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