Hogan Lovells Protocol for the use of technology in virtual international arbitration hearings

Hogan Lovells presents a Protocol for the use of technology in virtual international arbitration hearings as a general guidance on possible best practices in conducting virtual hearings to help ensure a smooth arbitral process with minimal technical issues.

Given the very nature of international arbitration – with parties, counsel, witnesses, and tribunals often spread around the world – the use of technology to conduct entirely on-line virtual hearings can result in tremendous savings and efficiencies, and in certain circumstances or moments like this, may be the only option. Hogan Lovells IA group hopes that that the use of our Protocol will help parties and tribunals coordinate and efficiently adjudicate virtual international arbitration disputes.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to connect with any of the members of our global International Arbitration Steering Committee, listed here.

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