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Little Arbitration Open: Arbitrating in volatile times: Insolvency, Insurance and Damages

Strand Campus, London

5 Oct Man writing on paper with event title in text: Little Arbitration Open Arbitrating in volatile times Insolvency, Insurance and Damages (1)

The world is facing volatile times on many fronts. International commerce and dispute resolution are not alien to this. Led by pre-eminent experts in arbitration, this conference focuses on some of the most critical effects produced by the current crises on international arbitration: The rise in insolvent parties; the significant role of insurance arbitration; and the latest development on damages claims.

Programme:

Welcome address: Javier Íscar de Hoyos (Arbitrator)

  • Dr Manuel Penades Fons (King’s College London, Arbitrator): “Arbitration and insolvent parties”
  • Marta Jarque Brangulí (Clyde & Co partner, London): “Insurance arbitration in a changing world”.
  • Colin Johnson (HKA partner, Forensic Accounting and Commercial Damages Department): “How volatile markets are causing and impacting on damages claims”
  • Chair: Michael Laming (HKA director, Forensic Accounting and Commercial Damages Department)

This event will be followed by a drinks reception.

This is a hybrid event, being held in person and online.

Organised in partnership between The Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College London, HKA Consultancy and European Arbitration Association

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Manuel Penades Fons

Manuel Penades Fons

Reader in International Commercial Law


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