Law In Order and the London Delos Arbitration Point (LONDAP)

Law In Order and the London Delos Arbitration Point (LONDAP)

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We are pleased to announce that Law In Order is a provider of virtual proceedings solutions to the UK Centre of London Delos Arbitration Point (LONDAP), a full-service offering for arbitration hearings internationally, with best-in-class services.

LONDAP is a provider of fully virtual hearings, conventional in-person hearings or a combination of the two. Clients can use standalone components or package solutions, depending on their needs, from anywhere in the world.

For fully virtual hearings, LONDAP provide a cloud-based comprehensive audio/video-conferencing solution, including secure break-out rooms, virtual venue locking, private chat functionality and screen-sharing. The services includes accompanying clients on setup, testing and managing the virtual hearing venue during the hearing. An operator is available to avoid the hearing participants getting distracted by the technology and to troubleshoot any issues.

For conventional in-person hearings, LONDAP offers hearing premises in all major arbitration hubs around the world. Offering the best, most conveniently located facilities that can be customised to specific arbitration requirements.

Bookings are simple. Clients can make a single booking and LONDAP manages everything from there. LONDAP is also very flexible, so if requirements change, LONDAP adapts easily to the new requests.

LONDAP is supported by a Design Committee chaired by Gary Born and Anneliese Day QC, and composed of leading members of the international arbitration community. Particular attention was given to ensuring that the Committee would be representative of the different arbitration hubs from around the world, the different areas of practice, the different cultures of advocacy and the different generations of the IA community.

Their Thought Leadership Committee has been focused on providing pragmatic, innovative solutions to support the international arbitration community, and in thought leadership on the issues raised by the pandemic.

In March 2020, they published a checklist on holding arbitration and mediation hearings in times of COVID-19. For more resources including webinars, click here.

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