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Legal Business International Arbitration Summit 2016

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Published: 04/11/2016

International Arbitration Summit, The Brewery, 52 Chiswell Street London

17 November 2016

Legal Business’ second annual International Arbitration Summit brings together senior practitioners from within the booming dispute resolution community. The one-day event follows the successful second Commercial Litigation Summit earlier this year and the launch of the third annual Disputes Yearbook in September. The event will be chaired by renowned practitioner Michael Polkinghorne of White & Case.

Once again Cogence Search will be offering refreshments and refreshing conversation during the morning and afternoon coffee breaks. The packed programme includes:

  • The keynote speech
    From Sir Frank Berman QC, Essex Court Chambers – an overview of key trends and the outlook.
  • Reforming Indian Arbitration - can Singapore's rise be challenged?
    With panellists: Abhijit Mukhopadhyay, GC of Hinduja Group/member of ICC steering committee on arbitration, vice chairman of ICC steering commission on arbitration and ADR, Paris; Ben Giaretta, Ashurst; Jon Leach, Eversheds; Stuart Isaacs QC, King & Spalding; Nick Peacock, Herbert Smith Freehills
  • Disrupted - the looming commodification of arbitration
    With panellists: Tim Hardy, CMS Cameron McKenna; Philippa Charles, Stewarts Law; Jacomijn van Haersolte-Van Hof, LCIA director general; Cyrus Benson, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher
  • He who dares not pay wins?
    With panellists: Sir Bernard Eder, Essex Court Chambers; Remy Gerbay, Enyo Law; Gaëtan Verhoosel, Three Crowns
  • Paris - a sleeping giant?
    Is Paris still poised to dominate mainland arbitration or can other European hubs compete?
    With panellists: Michael Polkinghorne, White & Case; Michael Davison, Hogan Lovells; Klaus Reichert SC, Brick Court Chambers
  • Brexit, London - and the emerging price war in arbitration
    With pannellists: Nigel Jones QC, Hardwicke Chambers; Natalia Chumak, Signature Litigation; Philip Clifford, Latham & Watkins; Nicholas Craig, 3 Verulam Buildings; Nigel Rawding QC, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
  • The corruption claim
    With panellists: Wendy Miles QC, Boies Schiller & Flexner; Duncan Matthews QC, 20 Essex Street; Brian Doctor QC, Fountain Court Chambers; Stephen Jagusch QC, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan
  • Energy arbitration - running on empty?
    With panellists: Professor Loukas Mistelis, Queen Mary University of London; Raid Abu-Manneh, Mayer Brown; Deborah Ruff, Norton Rose Fulbright; Michael Schneider, LALIVE; Alex Panayides, Clifford Chance

For full details of the International Arbitration Summit taking place on 17 November at The Brewery, 52 Chiswell Street, London please see the Legal Business Event Page. We will see you for coffee and almost certainly see you in the bar.

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Written by Cogence Marketing

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