TAGTIME

Join hosts Dr Kabir Duggal and Amanda Lee for the first season of TagTime. This live webinar series features leaders from the world of international arbitration in substantive discussion of well-known cases and relevant case material. This is followed by a Q&A with the audience and concludes with the guest speaker tagging the next guest.

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Neil Kaplan CBE QC SBS discussed "Procedural Order No. 1".

Prof. Doug Jones AO and Prof. Janet Walker discussed "PO1 – The beginning or the end?". They were tagged by Neil Kaplan CBE QC SBS.

Sir Bernard Eder discussed "Issue Estoppel under the New York Convention". He was tagged by Professor Doug Jones AO and Professor Janet Walker.

Meg Kinnear discussed "Tracking the Evolution of the ICSID Rules". The supporting organisations for this webinar also included the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID).

Gourab Banerji, SA discussed "Recent Developments in the Enforcement of New York Convention Awards in India". He was tagged by Sir Bernard Eder. The supporting organisations for this webinar also included Young MCIA. For a write-up of this webinar, see Sahil Tagotra & Ishita Mishra, "Recent Developments in the Enforcement of New York Convention Awards in India" (Kluwer Arbitration Blog, 6 July 2020).

Funke Adekoya SAN discussed "Damages and Costs: Can Fair Compensation be Too Much?". She was tagged by Gourab Banerji SA. The supporting organisations for this webinar also included CIArb - Nigeria Branch, CRID-LawNet, LACIAC and LCA.

Dr. Yas Banifatemi discussed "Arbitration as a means of improving human rights protections at sea". She was tagged by Meg Kinnear.

Cecilia Azar discussed "Conflicts of Interest in International Arbitration: Debates and dilemmas surrounding third party funding and party representation". She was tagged by Funke Adekoya SAN. The supporting organisations for this webinar also included WWA - LATAM.

Prof. Diane Desierto will discuss "Invoking Climate Change, Environmental Law, and Human Rights Law in Arbitration: Utopia or Opportunity?". Prof. Desierto was tagged by Dr. Yas Banifatemi. The supporting organisations for this webinar also include PIArb.

Prof. Mohamed Abdel Wahab discussed "Good Faith and Neighbouring Doctrines: Conceptual Considerations and Practical Applications in International Arbitration". He was tagged by Cecilia Azar. The supporting organisations for this webinar also included CRCICA and DIFC-LCIA.

Prof. Cathering Rogers discussed "Does International Arbitration Enfeeble or Enhance Local Legal Institutions?". She was tagged by Prof. Diane Desierto. The supporting organisations for this webinar also included Arbitrator Intelligence.

Vladimir Khvalei discussed "Corruption in International Arbitration". He was tagged by Prof. Mohamed Abdel Wahab. The supporting organisations for this webinar also included the CIS Arbitration Forum.

Yemi Candide-Johnson SAN discussed "Intra-Africa trade and the future of commercial dispute resolution on the continent". He was tagged by Prof. Catherine Rogers. The supporting organisations for this webinar also included CIArb - Nigeria Branch, CRID-LawNet, LACIAC and LCA.

Dr Michael Hwang SC discussed "Referral of Judgment Payment Disputes to Arbitration". He was tagged by Vladimir Khvalei.

The Summer Special episode featured surprise guests Chiann Bao, Christopher Campbell, Thomas Granier, Rekha Rangachari, Patricia Saiz, Hafez Virjee and Jeffrey Zaino, for a discussion of innovation, Delos, challenges of arbitration, the pandemic, and diversity, sprinkled with light banter.