International Arbitration and Mediation: The Insider’s View
Robert Davison of JAMS (far right), Cedric Chao of Morrison & Forester LLP (middle), Yu Jianlong of China International Economic and Trade and the Arbitration Commission (CIETAC) (second to far right), Joseph Wu of USAsia Law, APC (far right).
Companies doing business abroad routinely insert a mandatory arbitration clause to resolve all disputes. But international arbitration is very different from U.S. litigation in most respect, e.g., discovery, presentation of evidence, the rules governing the tribunal’s deliberations. This panel explored the corporate client’s paramount concerns, the arbitrator’s view on effective and ineffective advocacy, the emergency of international mediation, and the outside lawyer’s tips on winning strategies.
Moderator: Cedric Chao of Morrison & Forester LLP
Yu Jianlong of China International Economic and Trade and the Arbitration Commission (CIETAC)
Robert Davidson of JAMS
Joseph Wu of USAsia Law, APC
Las Vegas, Nevada at the NAPABA/NAPALSA 2007 Conference
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