Workshop Series: ‘Demystifying quantum and expert evidence’ : 21 June 2021, 15:00–17:00 BST; or 24 June 2021, 09:00–11:00 BST

Workshop Series: ‘Demystifying quantum and expert evidence’ : 21 June 2021, 15:00–17:00 BST; or 24 June 2021, 09:00–11:00 BST

About Arbitral Women

Co Sponsor, ArbitralWomen is an international non-governmental organisation which has existed informally since 1993, actively since 2000, and officially as a non-profit organisation since 2005. ArbitralWomen celebrated its 25th Jubilee in 2018. The purpose of ArbitralWomen is to advance the interests of female practitioners and promote women and diversity in international alternative dispute resolution.

About the Workshop

EY, together with the Equal Representation in Arbitration Pledge Young Practitioners Subcommittee and ArbitralWomen, with support from the Rising Arbitrators Initiative, is hosting a virtual workshop series to help arbitrators — present and aspiring — to deal with these challenges like What do you do, as an arbitrator, when presented with quantum assessments and expert evidence that are significantly divergent? How do you cut through the complexity and focus on the issues that really matter? Would it be appropriate to pick the more convincing parts of one expert’s calculations and drop them into the other expert’s model? effectively.

This session will focus on the reasons why experts, working on opposite sides of a dispute, may form different opinions. The discussion will center on a business valuation case study where participants will have the opportunity to apply business valuation concepts and to explore some of the reasons why two experts’ valuations of the same business can differ. They will also consider the impact that particular characteristics of the business may have on its valuation, for example the industry or country where the
business operates. In the course of this session they will cover:
• The technical basis for business valuations and commonly accepted
approaches
• Common reasons why business valuation experts may disagree
• Practical examples of how those differences arise and their impact.

Location

The workshop shall be conducted via Virtual mode.

Fee

The session is FREE to attend post registration.

Registration

click here to register for the session. The number of available places for the session are limited. If your place is confirmed after registration, you will receive a confirmation email and joining details. You can download the Flyer for more information.

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