Significance of Arbitration for My Business
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- Venue: At your desk: On your Laptop/PC or Phone
- Date: 23 Nov 2012
- Time: 11:00 am GMT
- Duration: 60 minutes including Q & A
Registered Foreign Lawyer, E&W
Allen & Overy LLP
Angeline's Brief biography
Angeline specialises in international arbitration and public law. She advises on both commercial arbitrations as well as those brought under investment treaties and has experience of arbitrations conducted under the UNCITRAL, LCIA, ICC and ICSID rules. Angeline has particular expertise in court proceedings related to arbitration disputes including anti-suit injunctions and the enforcement of arbitral awards.
Angeline advises on a wide range of public law issues and has advised on judicial review and constitutional challenges before the English courts as well as courts elsewhere in the Commonwealth, including the English Supreme Court, the Privy Council and the Caribbean Court of Justice. She has advised on a number of interventions in the English Supreme Court including the recent ICC intervention in Jivraj v Hashwani. She also acted as counsel in the 2009 landmark case in the Privy Council on implied terms in contracts (Attorney General of Belize v Belize Telecom Limited). Read More..
Norton Rose LLP
Matthew's Brief biography
Matthew Buckle is a litigation and dispute resolution lawyer based in London. He specialises in international commercial and investment arbitration.
Matthew has gained significant experience in contractual disputes in the energy and transport sectors. This includes disputes arising under supply contracts and shareholder disputes and claims in both the English Commercial Court and under the arbitration rules of the major arbitrational institutions including LCIA, ICC, DIAC, SCC and ad hoc arbitrations under the UNCITRAL rules. Read More..
- Pros and cons of arbitration v court
- Ad hoc v institutional arbitration (Mechanisms for arbitration)
- Kinds of disputes subject to arbitration (including the use of arbitration in international business disputes)
- Drafting of the arbitration clause
- Overview of key issues to consider when negotiating an arbitration clause ( i.e. governing law, seat and procedural rules).
- A more detailed guidance to negotiating each of the key components Issues regarding consolidation/joinder, fast track provisions and optional clauses are also covered in the section.
- Negotiating with counterparties from selected jurisdictions (i.e. India, China, any jurisdictions which would be of particular interest to your members?)
Who Should Attend?
This webinar is designed for:
- Buyers of legal outsourcing services – law firm partners, counsels, IP counsels and IP lawyers, solo practitioners based in US, UK and other markets;
- Service Providers of legal outsourcing services – LPO executives, emerging LPOs from vendor locations in Asia, Africa, UK/Europe, America and others;
- Investors, Software Vendors, Researchers, Academicians and other interested stake holders of LPO industry
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