Thursday, May 13, 2021
08:30 AM – 09:30 AM (EDT)
The Human Memory and How to Address it in Arbitration
The ICC recently issued the report of its worldwide task force on the effect of human memory on witness evidence.
This report, several years in the making, addresses human memory is it affects international arbitration. Task force commissioned psychological research into how practices followed in international arbitration can affect memory and therefore witness testimony.
The task force presented a series of recommendations for multiple actors involved in the arbitral process, including arbitrators, in-house counsel, and outside counsel.
Jose Astigarraga, Global Chair, International Arbitration, Reed Smith and Co-Chair of the ICC Task Force, will present an overview of the task force’s findings and recommendations as well as some insights revealed by the input received from the task force’s members from across the globe.
Pending CLE approval from the Florida Bar