The NRF Hypothetical:
Perspectives on Current Issues in International Commercial Arbitration
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International commercial arbitration is constantly evolving based on practice and experience worldwide.  Arbitral institutions, tribunals, counsel and clients alike are grappling with how best to conduct efficient, cost-effective proceedings that yield fair and commercially-oriented outcomes, most recently against the background of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Join our panel of experts as they use a practical “NRF hypothetical” to explore topical issues arising in the modern practice of international arbitration from different perspectives.  Drawing on our global network, our panel of highly regarded arbitration practitioners will share their unique insights into arbitration practice and procedure.

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Key details

  • Dylan McKimmie (Partner and co-head of the Australian international arbitration practice, Norton Rose Fulbright, Brisbane)
  • Aaron Rofkahr (Senior Counsel – Litigation, Chevron, California)
  • Abhinav Bhushan (Asia CEO, 39 Essex, Singapore)
  • Judith Levine (Independent Arbitrator, Levine Arbitration, Sydney)
  • Tamlyn Mills (Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright, Sydney)
For general enquiries about this webinar, please contact Hayley Keanie.