The Accuracy of Fact Witness Memory in International Arbitration
Wednesday, 13 October 2021
A Taskforce created within the ICC’s Commission on Arbitration and ADR prepared a report on The Accuracy of Fact Witness Memory in International Arbitration.
This Report emanated from a speech presented by Toby Landau QC entitled ‘Unreliable Recollections, False Memories and Witness Testimony’ which provided an insight into the science of human memory.
This Report looks at the science with input from eminent psychologists in the context of arbitral practice and the probative value of fact witness evidence in international arbitration.
Join Toby Landau QC and Mary Walker, Chair of the ADR Committee on 13 October 2021 to discuss this innovative report.
Toby Landau QC is a member of the Bars of Singapore, England & Wales, New York, the BVI and Northern Ireland, and registered in the DIFC. He practices from Duxton Hill Chambers in Singapore, and as a Sole Practitioner in London. As Counsel he has argued hundreds of major international commercial, investor-State and inter-state arbitrations, as well as numerous ground-breaking cases in the highest courts of England, Singapore, Hong Kong, Pakistan and the Caribbean. As Arbitrator, he has extensive experience sitting as Chairman, Co-arbitrator and sole arbitrator in commercial and investor-State disputes under most of the world’s leading ad hoc and institutional rules.
|Date & Times||Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at 5:30pm - 6:30pm|
|CPD Strand||Substantive Law, Practice and Procedure, and Evidence|
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