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After work training by the AFA “Cross-examination of witnesses”: Quand la common law s’invite chez les civilistes, Paris, 18 January 2017

Caroline Duclercq  will intervene on 18 January 2017 in the after-work training organized by the Association For Arbitration, “Cross-examination of witnesses”.  This training will be held at the Maison du Barreau in Paris. The programme and the registration form are available here. Advertisements

Training by the AFA “Cross-examination of witnesses: quand la common law s’invite chez les civilistes”, Paris, 1 June 2016

On 1 June 2016, was held a training on “Cross-examination of witnesses”, organized by the Association For Arbitration (AFA). Caroline Duclercq notably intervened on the determination and choice of witnesses and on ethical issues concerning witness preparation. This training session was very interactive and numerous debates were held with the participants. Due to its success, another training […]

Training by the AFA “Cross-examination of witnesses”: Quand la common law s’invite chez les civilistes, Paris, 1 June 2016

Caroline Duclercq organizes and will intervene on 1 June 2016 in the training organized by the Association For Arbitration, “Cross-examination of witnesses”.  This training will be held at the Maison du Barreau in Paris. The programme and the registration form are available here.

New Zealand: High Court upholds jurisdiction to order evidence produced in foreign and domestic arbitral proceedings

On 12 February 2015, the New Zealand High Court upheld jurisdiction to order witnesses to appear before foreign and domestic tribunals. This decision seems to imply that the New Zealand High Court agrees to give assistance to an arbitral tribunal, which can now request an order for evidence, including notably the examination of witnesses or the production of […]

Report of the Rountable “Wake up (with) Arbitration!” of 10 April 2013: “Are Witnesses our Worst Ennemies?”

As we had announced, Caroline Duclercq has hosted, along with Valence Borgia and Maria Beatriz Burghetto, a rountable “Wake up (with) Arbitration!” on 10 April 2013, on the topic “Are Witnesses our Worst Ennemies?”. The report is now available here. The next roundtable will be held on 7 June 2013.  On that occasion, Nathalie Meyer […]

“Wake up (with) Arbitration!” Roundtable – 7 June 2013: “Are the Dice Cast at the Time the Arbitral Tribunal is Constituted? (Can the outcome of the dispute be foretold by the confirguration of the arbitral tribunal)?”

After “Is an arbitration won or lost at the hearing?”, “Third Party Funding (“TPF”): advantage or hazard?” and “Are Witnesses our Worst Ennemies?”, Caroline Duclercq will host on 7 June, along with Valence Borgia and Maria Beatriz Burghetto, a “Wake up (with) Arbitration!” round-table. On this occasion, Nathalie Meyer-Fabre and Louis Degos will debate the issue […]

Breakfast Debate “Wake up (with) Arbitration!” – 10 April 2013

Caroline Duclercq will host on 10 April, along with Valence Borgia and Maria Beatriz Burghetto, a “Wake up (with) Arbitration!” round-table. On this occasion, Laurence Kiffer and Michael Polkinghorne will debate the issue : “Witnesses: our worst ennemies?” This session is fully booked, but we will publish a report of the debate. The agenda for […]