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Digital proceedings in international arbitration – Lessons learned and future impacts for state courts

The pandemic and climate change have increased the need for digital tools/communication in legal proceedings, both in arbitration and in litigation. Due to the often international nature of arbitration proceedings in particular, the practice has become a pioneer in the use of digital tools.

To discuss these topics as well their impacts on state courts, this podcast episode brings together arbitration specialist and Wolf Theiss lawyer Valentina Wong, who is joined by the Secretary General of the Vienna International Arbitral Centre, Niamh Leinwather along with Christian Koller, Professor of European and International Civil Procedure at the Universität Wien. Wolf Theiss arbitration/litigation lawyer Sofia Kovacevic was also instrumental in the making of this podcast.

For questions regarding this episode and our podcast Wolf Theiss Soundshot, contact soundshot@wolftheiss.com.

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