Suggested Guidance for the conduct of Financial Dispute Resolution/Neutral Evaluation Hearings & for the conduct of a remote hearing as arbitrator or PFDRDate: 29/05/2020 Type: Reports Webinars White Papers Guide Topic: HNW Divorce | Children | Finances | Remote Hearings | Arbitration | Private FDR’s | Early Neutral Evaluations | Author: Nicholas Allen QC - 29 Bedford Row, Janet Bazley QC - 1GC, Andrzej Bojarski - The 36 Group, Nigel Dyer QC - 1 Hare Court, Marina Faggionato - QEB, Charles Hale QC - 4PB, Suzanne Kingston - Mills & Reeve, Christopher Pocock QC - 1KBW
Remote hearings are now the norm in private family hearings, but what if one party is a LIP or the parties are unfamiliar with the process, how can you ensure that the hearing actually happens and is successful. What about disclosure, is everything said confidential? Can a family arbitration, whether money or children take place remotely and what if there are witnesses? Can a party record the hearing and what can they do with the recording? Which of the digital platforms should we use for different hearings?
Drafted by an experienced cohort of QC’s, barristers and arbitrators who regularly practice as private judges and arbitrators in remote hearings, this guidance aims to answer these questions and provide insight on best practice.
- Want further clarification? Question the authors directly in a 1 hour webinar on 12 June 2020
- Designed to provide guidance on the guide: A Guide to Remote Private Hearings: Arbitrations, Private FDRs and Early Neutral Evaluations (12pm-1pm, 12 June 2020)