14 November 2022: Rupert Choat KC on expert evidence in arbitration for Dubai Arbitration Week

Date
14/11/2022

Time
4:00 pm Dubai

Location
The Capital Club DIFC

Rupert Choat KC will be chairing a panel on “The effective use of expert evidence in arbitration” in an event organised by Capital Consulting International – Dubai (CCi) for Dubai Arbitration Week.

“The effective use of expert evidence in arbitration” will examine whether expert witness conferencing/hot-tubbing/expert witness presentations has eroded the concept of the independent expert.

The event on Monday 14 November will start at 4pm with a drinks reception following at same venue.

Speakers
  • Rupert Choat KC (Atkin Chambers, London)
  • Antonia Birt (Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP, Dubai)
  • Robert Sliwinski (Alsuwadi & Co. Dubai)
  • Mr David Merritt (CCi Dubai)
  • David Abbott – DWF, London to CCi

The event will be held at The Capital Club DIFC.  To register please email Aubrey.abunda@cci-int.com.





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