Interview with Susan Dunn from Harbour Litigation Funding
This interview features Susan Dunn, Co-founder at Harbour Litigation Funding, in which Joseph Huse and Susan Dunn will discuss the latest trends in the development of “litigation funding” with respect to the practice of international arbitration.
The Use Barristers in International Arbitration
Interview with Hilary Heilbron QC of Brick Court Chambers
This initiative considers the use of barristers in international arbitration.
In this interview, Hilary Heilbron QC, one of the most prominent barristers in London, England, discusses the role of barristers in international arbitration. Hilary considers numerous related issues, including her views on effective written and oral advocacy. This interview constitutes mandatory viewing not only for barristers pleading in international arbitrations but also for any other persons involved in the process and interacting with such barristers.
The New Class of Uber Arbitrators
Interview with Sir Christopher Clarke from Brick Court Chambers
This initiative considers the new class of uber arbitrators.
In this interview, Sir Christopher Clarke, a former Court of Appeal judge and a member of the new class of uber arbitrators, discusses why he decided to become an arbitrator. Sir Christopher also considers a number of related issues including what are the qualities of a good arbitrator and what he expects from the advocates that appear before him.
The Use of Forensic Accountants in International Arbitration
Interview with Gervase MacGregor, Head of Forensic Services at BDO, London
This initiative considers the use of forensic accountants in international arbitration.
In this interview, Gervase MacGregor Head of Forensic Services at BDO explains why he became an expert forensic accountant. He also discusses various matters in connection with forensic accounting including lessons learnt when giving advice to clients on the assessment and quantification of damages and the do’s and don’ts in drafting expert reports and giving oral evidence.
Arbitration in South Korea
Interview with Kap-You (Kevin) Kim from Bae, Kim & Lee
In this interview, Kevin Kim, the head of the dispute resolution group at the law firm of Bae, Kim & Lee in South Korea discusses his thirty years experience in both arbitration and litigation. Kevin covers a number of topics including his role as chairman of the international arbitration committee in the Korean Arbitration Board (KCAB) and his predictions for the future of international arbitration in South Korea. This interview is essential for viewers interested in understanding international arbitration in South Korea.