Tribunals and counsel regularly face questions of due process, and courts frequently revisit these questions in the context of set-aside or enforcement proceedings. Extensive case law has developed as a result, including on the following issues: Do arbitral tribunals have to respect the parties’ right to be heard to the same extent as state courts? Do they have to address every single factual allegation of the parties in their awards? Under what circumstances can a disregarded offer of evidence lead to a violation of the right to be heard? Can the admission of a late submission by the arbitral tribunal jeopardize the award?
A panel of experts from both civil and common law jurisdictions will discuss and compare the answers of civil and common law tribunals and courts from Germany, Singapore and beyond, to these and further questions. They will provide practical advice to successfully face the specter of due process in arbitral proceedings.