Save the date - Young ICCA-Wolters Kluwer Webinar:  Arbitrator Research Tips

Date:
26 February 202412:00 - 13:00(GMT)


 

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This webinar on arbitrator research will focus on the arbitrator selection process. It will cover setting your criteria for the ideal arbitrator, resources for researching arbitrators, conducting due diligence on arbitrator candidates and promoting arbitrator diversity. It will also showcase the Wolters Kluwer profile navigator and relationship indicator tools. 

 

 

Elizabeth Kantor:  Liz is a professional support lawyer in the global arbitration practice at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP. Before taking up this role, Liz was a Senior Associate in the London and Singapore arbitration teams. Liz provides technical advice to clients and colleagues on complex issues relating to international arbitration. She also helps to lead and drive the firm's thought leadership and client and external engagement on key developments in arbitration. She is also involved in deriving client insights from the firm's arbitration data.

 

 

 

 

Yael Hollander De Groot:  Yael had over 10 years of experience as a corporate lawyer before pivoting into product development, with a mission to empower fellow lawyers to work smarter and more efficiently. Currently, Yael acts as the Senior Product Manager for Kluwer Arbitration, the world's leading digital solution for international arbitration research, where she is responsible for driving its strategic vision. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paul Kleist (Moderator):  Paul is Co-Director for Events at Young ICCA and a senior associate at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP in London, where he focuses on international arbitration. Paul has represented sovereign States and multinational corporations in complex international arbitrations conducted under the rules of the leading institutional and ad hoc arbitration regimes, including ICSID, the ICC, the LCIA, SIAC, and the SCC.  He also has significant experience in relation to the application of U.S. discovery rules in cross-border litigation, including the discovery statute 28 U.S.C. § 1782.

 

 

 

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