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Invitation for the LSLC’s Arbitration Roundtable Debate webinars – 15th and 16th September

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Invitation for the LSLC’s Arbitration Roundtable Debate webinars – 15th and 16th September

THE CENTRE WELCOMES MEMBERS AND OTHER PROFESSIONALS TO THESE SPECIAL LISW21 WEBINARS

LSLC’s ARBITRATION ROUNDTABLE DEBATE
held in association with 36 STONE



PART 1  – Wednesday 15.09.21 (13.00 – 14.30
PART 2 – Thursday 16.09.21 (13.00 – 14.30) 
These webinars will address: 
PART I“London Maritime Arbitration – costs and time are the thorny issues for users – Who is in control?”
Chairman: The Hon. Mrs Justice Cockerill DBE
Panel members and Issues
1.Vasanti Selvaratnam QC – 36 Stone
Section 67 challenges and perceived problems arising from the Emirates case and multi-tiered arbitration
clauses 

2.Philippa Hopkins QC – Essex Court Chambers
‘Foreign law’ in London arbitrations: how is it proved and who decides? 

3.Dr Aleka Sheppard – LMAA Arbitrator
How to balance ‘Party Autonomy’ with the Tribunal’s powers and duty to control costs and time? 

4.Sarra Kay – LMAA Arbitrator
Do the LMAA Terms facilitate the swift and cost-effective resolution of disputes? 

5.Nicola Cox – West P & I
An industry perspective on Tribunals’ proactivity during the process

DEBATE 
PART 2 – Thursday 16.09.21 (13.00 – 14.30)

“Reality Testing in London Arbitration – does the system serve the needs of users?”
Chairman: The Hon. Mrs Justice Cockerill DBE
Panel members and Issues

1.Karen Maxwell – Twenty Essex
Is a review of the 25-year-old AA 1996 necessary and, if yes, to what extent? 

2.Juliet Blanch – Arbitration Chambers
Choice of Tribunals and consequences – diversity and other issues 

3.Julia Dias QC – 7 King’s Bench Walk
Can London Maritime Arbitration now write off concerns about apparent bias? 

4.&5Catherine Jago – Consultant, CJH Energy & Ros Blazejczyk         
– Solis Marine
Are party-appointed experts used efficiently and effectively by the Parties and Tribunals? 

6.Helen Yiacoumis (Skuld FD&D Greece)
An Industry perspective on the London arbitration system
DEBATE  

TO ATTEND  EITHER OR BOTH  SESSIONS REGISTER HERE
PART 1 REGISTER HERE 
PART 2 REGISTER HERE  

FOR A FULL LISTING AND REGISTRATION FOR LISW EVENTS PLEASE CLICK THE LINKS BELOW                                                                                                    
Please circulate this invitation to your colleagues and associates.

This webinar carries 3 CPD points

LSLC is a specialist Centre of excellence for continuing education and debates on maritime, commercial, and transport law, dispute resolution, new technologies and the commercial concerns of maritime business.

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