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Ethical Issues of Disclosure in International Arbitrations in California

01 December 2016
Los Angeles, California

Jennifer Smith was a panelist at the California International Arbitration Summit held in Los Angeles on December 1, 2016. Jennifer was part of a panel that covered "Ethical Issues of Disclosure in International Arbitrations in California."

The interactive discussion focused on how extensive required disclosures should be in international arbitration. Participants addressed the following topics:

  • To what extent are California arbitration disclosure requirements applicable to international arbitrations seated in California?
  • How do California disclosure requirements compare with arbitration disclosure requirements of other jurisdictions?
  • What are the standards of disclosure for arbitrators and the parties under the most recent changes to the ICDR Rules?
  • How is nondisclosure being used or abused by advocates to gain advantages in the arbitration or as a basis for vacating an award?

Find out more: California International Arbitration Summit

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