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SCC Online Seminar Recordings

Online Seminar: Automation in Arbitration, 4 June 2020

Addressing the complex intersection of law and technology requires knowledge of law, technology and ethics. In this seminar we discuss the reality, the hype and the concerns of automation, AI and blockchain within arbitration. How far have we come and what are the potential ethical concerns with the development ahead?

Speaker: Lise Alm, Head of Business development, SCC

Online Seminar: Negotiating a dispute resolution clause, 28 May 2020

Whether you are an in-house counsel, external counsel or not a lawyer at all, you might occasionally find yourself negotiating the dispute resolution clause in contracts, the so-called “midnight clause”. This seminar provides insight and arguments for different dispute resolution options together with key aspects to consider.

Speakers: Lise Alm, Head of Business development, SCC and Matilde Matsgård, Legal Counsel

Online Seminar: Arbitration at the SCC, 7 May 2020

A presentation of the key features of SCC arbitration, its practices and procedures, including recent developments and statistics.

Speaker: Natalia Petrik, Legal Counsel SCC

Online Panel: Online hearings from a Swedish perspective, 5 May 2020

This online panel session, a cooperation between SCC and SAA, addressed if and how to organize an online hearing, with focus on swedish conditions. The main questions addressed by the panelists are:
• Legal aspects in relation to holding online hearings against the wish of one of the parties.
• Due process and practical issues that should be considered to ensure a successful online hearing.
• What experience, lessons and tools do we have to employ today?
• A look at the new virtual platform for digital hearings by Stockholm International Hearing Center (SIHC).

Introduction: Annette Magnusson (Secretary General, SCC)
Moderator: Patricia Shaughnessy (Professor, Stockholm University)
Panelists: Kristoffer Löf (Partner, Mannheimer Swartling), Polina Permyakova (Counsel, WilmerHale) and Fanny Gleiss Wilborg (Partner, Lundberg & Gleiss).

Online Panel: Online hearings when the parties cannot agree, 29 April 2020

This online panel session addressed if and how to organize an online hearing when the parties cannot agree on using a digital solution or not. The main questions addressed by the panellists are:
• Legal aspects in relation to holding online hearings against the wish of one of the parties.
• Due process and practical issues that should be considered to ensure a successful online hearing.
• What experience, lessons and tools do we have to employ today?
• Sorting through and selecting from the increasing guides, tools, and platforms to virtual hearings to best suit a specific case.

Introduction: Annette Magnusson, Secretary General, SCC
Moderator: Patricia Shaughnessy, Professor, Stockholm University
Panelists: Maxi Scherer (Professor, Dr, Special counsel, Wilmer Hale), Michael Mcilwrath (Global Litigation Counsel, Baker Hughes), Wendy Miles (Partner, Debevoise and Plimpton), Paul Cohen (International lawyer, 4-5 Gray’s Inn Square)

Online Seminar: Negotiating a dispute resolution clause, 27 April 2020

Whether you are an in-house counsel, external counsel or not a lawyer at all, you might occasionally find yourself negotiating the dispute resolution clause in contracts, the so-called “midnight clause”. This seminar provides insight and arguments for different dispute resolution options together with key aspects to consider.

Speaker: Natalia Petrik, Legel Counsel, SCC

Online Seminar: SCC Platform, 23 April 2020

Legal professionals have been seeking secure communications and digitalization to address the complexities of international arbitral proceedings for several years. This seminar provides insights into the digitalisation trends in international dispute resolution, as well as a demonstration of the SCC Platform.

Speaker: Kristin Campbell-Wilson, Deputy Secretary General, SCC

Online Seminar: Online services in arbitration, 22 April 2020

The arbitration community is facing extraordinary challenges, affecting various aspects of arbitration proceedings. Is it possible to conduct the hearing online? What does the law say and which technical solutions are available? How to use case-management platforms? These and other topics are discussed in the webinar.

Speakers: Roman Zykov (Secretary General, Russian Arbitration association; Partner, Mansors law firm), Fredrik Ringquist (Partner, Mannheimer Swartling), Natalia Petrik (Legal counsel, SCC).
Co-organisers: Russian Arbitration Association

Online seminar: Arbitration and Climate Change, 16 April 2020

What is the connection and how can international arbitration contribute to climate change efforts? At this seminar we shared ideas for change, including some of the proposals from the Stockholm Treaty Lab teams. We don’t have all the answers, but encourage a dialogue to inspire change.

Speaker: Annette Magnusson, Secretary General, SCC