DIA is a web application that is designed to assist arbitrators and practitioners in developing a consistent and rigorous approach to damages in international arbitration. It has been developed by the ICCA-ASIL Task Force on Damages, a panel of leading legal and economics experts from jurisdictions across the globe.
The event will provide an overview on the mandate of the Task Force and the web application including a demonstration of how it can be used in practice.
In November 2021, the ICCA-ASIL Task Force on Damages launched its electronic web application, which guides users through the key procedural, legal and quantitative issues implicated by the calculation of damages in international arbitration. This web application is designed to aid the arbitration community in not only achieving consensus on the fundamentals, but also identifying and disentangling the relevant concepts and principles.
The ICCA-ASIL Task Force on Damages, which brings together a blue-ribbon panel of leading legal and economics experts from jurisdictions across the globe, was established to address an issue of particular importance, but too often overlooked, in the field of international arbitration: the assessment and quantification of damages.
With the objective of fostering the development of a more robust and uniform approach to damages analyses in international arbitration, the Task Force decided to forego a more traditional written report in favour of developing an interactive, electronic web application of practical use for arbitrators and practitioners alike. During this webinar, the Task Force will use case studies to demonstrate how to navigate and interact with the web application, and thereby methodically but thoroughly analyze the various damages-related issues that may arise in a given dispute.
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