“What Now? Preliminary Thoughts on Obtaining Evidence in the U.S. under Section 7 of the Federal Arbitration Act in the Aftermath of ZF Automotive” has been published by Young Arbitration Review in its January 2023 issue.
Ava Borrasso FCIArb presented “The Evolution of Dispute Resolution” addressing the use of virtual hearings in arbitration, both international and domestic, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. The distinguished panel was organized and presented by the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the Federal Bar Association on December 1, 2021.
“Recent Developments in Third Party Funding Disclosures: A Concrete Move Toward Greater Transparency in Commercial Arbitration” was published in the winter issue of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution’s Arbitration Committee Newsletter.
The ABA Dispute Resolution Magazine Published Ava Borrasso’s article on titled “Third-Party Funding: Relationships, Relevance, and Recent US Court Analysis.” The article appears in the Fall 2020 issue, Volume 26, No 3 of the ABA Dispute Resolution magazine.
Ava Borrasso presented “Corruption in Arbitration and the Arbitral Tribunal’s Limits” at the CAM-CCBC Arbitration Congress, in São Paulo, Brazil on October 21, 2019. The panel of distinguished international practitioners from Miami, São Paulo, Lima, London and New York addressed current issues in dealing with potential corruption issues in the arena of international arbitration.
Ava Borrasso presented “Welcome to Miami or Welcome to São Paulo?” Discussing Arbitration in Latin America” at the second Young Arbitration Review Conference held in Lisbon on October 10-12, 2019. The panel of distinguished international practitioners from Miami and São Paulo discussed procedures and recent trends in Latin American arbitration proceedings in these seats.
Ava Borrasso presented “A Debate: Best Practices and Pitfalls in Mediation and Arbitration” to the IADC at its Regional Meeting. The 100 year Regional Meeting was jointly simulcast in Sao Paulo and Miami on September 27, 2019.
Ava Borrasso FCIArb was recognized by Best Lawyers in America 2020 for International Arbitration – Commercial and Commercial Litigation. The listing is available here. Selection for Best Lawyers is based entirely on peer review by leading lawyers within the same legal practice area and geographic location.
On July 18, 2019, Kluwer Arbitration Blog published Ava Borrasso’s article on the use of U.S. discovery to obtain evidence related to corruption allegations in international arbitration. The post is titled “The Intersection of Corruption in International Arbitration and Discovery Pursuant to 28 USC § 1782” and is available here.
As part of a new podcast series by the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution, Ava Borrasso was interviewed on seeking interim measures in arbitration. The podcast is in advance of the upcoming ABA DR annual meeting in Minneapolis where she will present “How to Obtain and Enforce Emergency and Interim Relief in U.S. and International...
Ava Borrasso participated in a roundtable discussion on arbitration and corruption in New York on March 8, 2019. The roundtable was comprised of esteemed counsel and experts from France, Canada, the UK and USA. The free-wheeling format drew on the experience and participation of attendees discussing key trends in fraud, corruption and international dispute resolution,...
Ava Borrasso addressed Corruption in International Arbitration with a panel of international arbitrators on February 22, 2019 in Miami. The panel was presented as part of the ICDR Arbitration Track of the iLaw2019 Global Forum on International Law.
Ava Borrasso authored “Public Policy Defense Rarely Bars Arbitral Award Enforcement” published by Law360 on January 30, 2019.
The article surveys 2018 U.S. court treatment of assertion of the public policy defense to enforcement of international arbitration awards. . . .
The Arbitration Committee of the International Bar Association published Ava Borrasso’s article titled “Recent U.S. Court of Appeals Rulings on Interim Relief Pending International Arbitration Proceedings” in October 2018. The article discusses recent US court decisions involving pre-award writs of attachment. The IBA newsletter is a bi-annual publication of the Arbitration Committee and provides information...
Ava Borrasso FCIArb was quoted in the International Law News, a publication of the ABA Section of International Law, on her perspective regarding interim measures in support of international arbitration proceedings.
Ava Borrasso FCIArb was recognized by Best Lawyers in America 2019 for Commercial Litigation. Selection for Best Lawyers is based entirely on peer review by leading lawyers within the same legal practice area and geographic location.
Ava Borrasso participated in the second Twitter Panel hosted by the Society of Construction Law Australia and the Society of Construction Law North America on March 21, 2018. The topic of the panel was Ethics in International Arbitration – Regional Perspectives with perspectives of arbitrators and arbitration practitioners from North America, the UK and Australia....