Special session on the Prague Rules during the 62nd Congress of UIA in PORTO
Special session on the Prague Rules
November,2 from 14.00-15.30
Centro de Congressos Porto, Rua nova da alfândega, Edifício da alfândega, 4050-430 Porto
The Prague Rules: How Much Evidence do you Want to Take in International Arbitration?
In December 2018 a new set of rules on the taking of evidence in arbitration will be released: the Rules on the Efficient Conduct of Proceedings in International Arbitration, also known as the “Prague Rules”. Prior their official release, the "Prague Rules" have already attracted considerable attention. They are said to be the civil law response to the IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration. Some commentators see these rules as contributing to increasing efficiency in international arbitration. This special session on the Prague Rules will provide an analysis of their content, followed by a debate on whether or not they are necessary.
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