LIDW21 | Maritime arbitration in London – present and future challenges in a changing world
London International Disputes week (LIDW) celebrates London as a leading centre for handling the resolution of international disputes. LIDW takes place the 10-14 May 2021 with a programme of virtual events addressing contemporary global issues facing the sector attracting audiences from jurisdictions globally. This year’s theme is ‘Looking forward: change, challenge and opportunity.’
As part of London International Disputes week we would jointly like to invite you to join us on Friday 14th May 1230-1400 BST for an interesting and free interactive, joint member-hosted webinar.
Jonathan Webb, Partner, HFW will be hosting leading speakers from the London maritime community:
Ian Gaunt, Arbitrator and Past President of the LMAA who will be discussing whether virtual hearings are the future.
Karen Maxwell, Barrister, Twenty Essex will be highlighting what’s new in London maritime arbitration.
Nick Austin, Partner, Reed Smith will be exploring legal developments emerging from arbitrating shipping disputes in London.
Jean Koh, Partner, HFW will provide her insight on cargo misdelivery claims – and how they play out in dispute resolution.
We are honoured to have Lord Hamblen of Kersey, Justice of the UK Supreme Court chairing the session.
As this is a collaboration of leading players in the maritime sector, you may receive multiple invitations for this event. However, you only need to register once.
If you would also like to register for LIDW21’s conference programme please click here: There is a registration fee for the LIDW conference programme.
To find out more about LIDW21, and other events taking place click here.
|Lord Hamblen of Kersey|
Justice of the UK Supreme Court
Past President, LMAA
Barrister, Twenty Essex