Below are select presentations, available as webinars, where Erika discusses various arbitration topics. Click the hyperlinks to view the presentations.
ACICA Rules 2021 Roadshow (Sydney), Australian Arbitration Week on 21 October 2021
This webinar is an animated enactment of an arbitration proceeding using the newly published ACICA Rules 2021. The ACICA Rules 2021 came into effect on 1 April 2021. This event intends to be an interactive way to explain the key amendments to the rules which reflect developments in international best practice, including with reference to improved online practices developed during COVID-19, expanded scope for consolidation and multi-contract arbitrations, disclosure of third-party funding arrangements, and many other features which aim to further enhance the arbitration experience for all users.
New and Emerging Norms: Diversity, the New Normal, ArbitralWomen event during Australian Arbitration Week on 19 October 2021
This webinar provides a discussion on new and emerging norms with a diversity twist. Our speakers consider the new and emerging norms from an institutional perspective, those being experienced by young arbitration practitioners and how diversity can be increased through virtual proceedings.
International Arbitration in Oceania, Hemmant’s List event on 14 September 2021
Companies are increasingly turning to international arbitration as an efficient and effective dispute resolution process. Australia offers a competitive and safe environment in which to seat and conduct arbitrations. This webinar is an informative session on International Arbitration in Oceania where I discuss investor state arbitration: a view from Australia.
International Arbitration 101, Queensland Law Society Dispute Resolution Workshop on 24 August 2021
(Webinar available for purchase through the QLS website)
With the increasing internationalisation of business – thanks in no small part to COVID – more clients than ever are engaging in virtual, cross-border commercial activities; from simple supply and trade transactions, right up to large-scale international commercial investments. Brush up on the processes and procedures involved with resolving international commercial disputes, open your eyes to investor-state disputes, and be future-ready to confidently arbitrate and enforce awards across borders.
Ethis in Arbitration Resolution Institute Conference on 16 July 2021
(Webinar available for purcahse through Resolution Institute website; complimentary for Resolution Institute Conference registrants)
The panel discusses the various ethics codes in arbitration and talk about the recently enacted Resolution Institute code of ethics. I address various institution approaches to ethical guidelines for arbitrators and party representatives.
The Rising Arbitrator’s Challenge – Navigating the Promise and Perils of your First Appointments, ACICA45 and Rising Arbitrator’s Initiative Joint Event on 20 May 2021
This webinar series will tackle the thorny issues that practitioners receiving their first arbitrator appointments will undoubtedly face – wherever they may be based. In a series of regionally focused events, the series explores arbitrator rights and duties that rising arbitrators must be aware of – across jurisdictions – with a view to overcoming these challenges with success.
The fifth webinar of the series covering Australia and New Zealand aims to generate a discussion around the main issues which a starting arbitrator faces, from their own perspective, from the perspective of more seasoned or established arbitrators, and from the perspective of arbitral institutions; and how to overcome them.
Lifecycle of an Arbitration Series: Conducting an Arbitration, ACICA45 event on 8 July 2020
Held as part of the ACICA45 Lifecycle of an Arbitration Series, this webinar explores ‘Conducting an arbitration: interlocutory and procedural meetings’.