Roger ter Haar QC and Kim Franklin QC – ‘Is Factual Witness Evidence Best Avoided? – The Key Issues Considered’
Following the recent ICC Commission Report on ‘The Accuracy of fact Witness Memory in International Arbitration’ highlighting the pitfalls of reliance on factual witnesses, particularly in circumstances where memory is central to their evidence, this live and interactive session will cover the following:
- What is factual evidence for?
- Does veracity matter?
- What is relevant?
- How to prepare a witness statement?
- What’s changed?
- What happens if you get it wrong?
This virtual classroom seminar is suitable for litigators and international arbitration practitioners, along with construction disputes specialists – including advisors and experts.
To find out more and to register, please see here.