Experts Debate the Best Model for Appointing Experts
Insights from the Hong Kong Roundtable
Mustafa Hadi writes about expert discussions at the Hong Kong Arbitration Debate. Organised jointly by BRG Asia-Pacific, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre, and Arbitration Chambers, its theme was "Whose Role Is It Anyway? Debating the Upsides or Downsides of Party- or Tribunal-Appointed Experts in Arbitrations."
In this article, Mr. Hadi discusses topics including expert independence and bias, managing the complexities of expert evidence, and party autonomy and control of expert evidence.
Read the article. (starts on p. 120)