Right to a Physical Hearing in International Arbitration
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As part of ICCA’s 60th Anniversary celebrations, we are pleased to invite you to attend a webinar discussing the project "Does a Right to a Physical Hearing Exist in International Arbitration?", scheduled to take place on Tuesday 7 December at 15:30 CET.
The webinar forms part of ICCA’s 60th Anniversary celebrations. More information coming soon.
Registration: Prior registration is required and limited spots are available. Participants will be confirmed on a first come first served basis.
- Please do not record the webinar. The webinar will be recorded and made publicly available at a later date, which in some circumstances may allow you to be identified, such as if you submit a written question and the organiser refers to you by name. This may result in the processing of your personal data within the meaning of data protection legislation (such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation). You can avoid this processing by asking that your question be posed anonymously (for questions submitted before the webinar) or by joining the webinar using a pseudonym (for questions submitted via the Q&A or chat function). Any processing that does take place will be necessary for the legitimate interests of ICCA in allowing audience interaction by allowing participants to be identified unless they do not want to be.
- Please do not share the Zoom access link with non-registered people, this link is personal to you.
- During the webinar, participants may be able to see the usernames of other participants. Although the organisers expect that participants will want to use their actual name and affiliation as a username (e.g. Lucy Burns, ICCA Bureau), this is not mandatory and you can join using a pseudonym if you wish.