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ONLINE V. IN-PERSON ARBITRATION – A NEUROSCIENTIFIC APPROACH

Arbitrage

Le 25 janvier 2022
de 17h00 à 19h00

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What: A webinar via ZOOM in English

When: January 25, 2022 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Central European Time (CET)

Where: Online using ZOOM. The link to join this meeting is: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/87547051904

How: Please register here to attend https://doodle.com/poll/4iz65666d84dikpy?utm_source=poll&utm_medium=link
If you would like to receive a reminder before the event (in which case your name and e-mail address will be visible to all). Prior registration is not necessary."

How much: This event is free of charge

For Whom: Anyone interested in arbitration or conflict resolution, or in the difference between online and physical events (Lawyers, arbitrators, in-house counsel, scientists, advisors, experts, disputants, etc.).

Programme

Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, online hearings have become a norm in international arbitration proceedings. This webinar will explore some of the basic differences between online and in person hearings from a scientific perspective for counsel, arbitration and witnesses. We will be hearing from leading international scientists on data and evidence that can help to inform practice on how to be more effective when engaging with opposing counsel, the tribunal and witnesses in ADR proceedings. Topics covered will includ

• Attention orientation and focus
• Nonverbal communication
• Emotional regulation
• Presenting evidence and screen-sharing
• Witness testimony and witness conferencing
• Unconscious biases and heuristics

The topic will be introduced by three leading neuroscientists, who will start by explaining some of the key differences between online and in-person arbitration from the perspective of brain and social sciences. Their presentations will be followed by reactions from experienced arbitrators regarding some of the possible practical implications of these scientific findings on remote hearings as opposed to in-person hearings, and possible tools and techniques for arbitrators and advocates to be more effective when working online, including how to best engage with the tribunal, other counsel and witnesses online. A broader discussion will follow involving all participants.


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Intervenants

Scientific Experts:

Prof. David SANDER -- Director of the Swiss Interdisciplinary Center for Affective Sciences (CISA) specializing in emotions and how they modulate attention, memory, and decision-making (https://www.unige.ch/cisa/center/management/sander-david/)
Dr Marcello MORTILLARO -- Applied Researcher in Nonverbal behavior - Emotional Intelligence - Behavior Change (https://www.unige.ch/cisa/center/management/mortillaro-marcello/)
Dr Ula CARTWRIGHT-FINCH -- Director of Cortex Capital and consultant, speaker and scientist, specialized in applying psychology and neuroscience to business and law (https://www.cortexcapital.org/our-story)

Arbitration Specialists:

Me Noradèle RADJAI – Partner at LALIVE (Counsel & Arbitrator) (https://www.lalive.law/people/radjai-noradele/)
Me Christopher NEWMARK – Partner at SPENSER UNDERHILL NEWMARK (Arbitrator & Mediator) (http://sunlaw.co.uk/about-us/christopher-newmark/)
Me Nhu-Hoang TRAN THANG – Senior Associate at PETER & KIM (Counsel & Arbitrator) (https://peterandkim.com/team/nhu-hoang-tran-thang/)

Moderators:

Me Alexandra JOHNSON – Partner at BAR & KARRER, Member of the OdAGe ADR Commission (https://www.baerkarrer.ch/en/lawyers/alexandra-c-johnson)
Me Jeremy LACK – Partner at LAWTECH.CH, Member of the OdAGe ADR Commission (http://lawtech.ch/)

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