Is Discovery (Yes Discovery!) a Good Thing in International Arbitration?

The arbitration of international disputes is often promoted as a cost-effective method of dispute resolution that minimizes the litigation burden. Part of this approach has been to reduce the burdens of discovery, instead relying on the parties to produce relevant evidence.

With the growth of electronically stored information, including emails and documents, it may be challenging to fully develop the record without discovery, and arbitrators are increasingly ordering discovery in the matters they are handling.

As part of the New York State Bar Association International Section Global Law Week CLE event, this experienced panel explored discovery trends in international arbitration, how requests can be put before a tribunal, and the best practices for developing a complete factual record.

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