Our team recently completed a complex arbitration before a panel of three arbitrators, all conducted over Zoom. This arbitration had been slated to begin in person in New York City on March 16, 2020. It requires no explanation why that did not occur. After deliberation and disagreement among the parties about how to proceed, the Panel reset the hearing date for mid-July, to be conducted entirely remotely.

The hearing is now complete, having included more than a dozen witnesses testifying over 10 very full hearing days, spread over two and a half weeks. Below are some hard-learned lessons shared from our trial team to yours:

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