Session details

20th Annual International Arbitration Day Conference

30 Mar - 31 Mar 2017

Marriott Hotel

Session information

Burden of proof and production of documents: Redfern schedules, adverse inferences, privilege issues: is this system really working?
Marriott Hotel

Committee(s)

Arbitration Committee (Lead)
European Regional Forum (Lead)

Description

An analysis of the current mainstream system of document production in international arbitration and suggestions as to the possibility of improving it. • Have Redfern schedules gone out of control? • Are there ways to limit excesses effectively? • Do arbitral tribunals actually make adverse inferences? • How can privilege work in international arbitration with so many different legal systems involved, each of them with its own approach of the issue?

Session / Workshop Chair(s)

Julie Bédard Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom, New York, New York, USA; Senior Vice Chair, Arbitration Committee

Speakers

Kap-You (Kevin) Kim Bae Kim & Lee LLC, Seoul, South Korea
Sophie Lamb QC Latham & Watkins LLP, London, England
Professor Pierre Mayer Mayer, Paris, France
Scott Vesel Three Crowns LLP, London, England