Welcome to ThoughtLeaders4 Disputes
A diverse and inclusive Community connecting dispute resolution lawyers, barristers, in-house counsel and industry experts involved in litigation, arbitration and mediation. Membership is free. Join below and start benefitting right away.

Our Community Partners:
Bond Solon Shieldpay Ltd Deminor Recovery Services Pinsent Masons LLP Blackstone Chambers Cooke Young & Keidan Kingsley Napley Brown Rudnick Gatehouse Chambers Tech Disputes Network 3VB Byfield Keidan Harrison HFW Serle Court RPC Radcliffe Chambers Stephenson Harwood PCB Byrne Berkeley Research Group Mintz Group Peters & Peters


 

Become a member of ThoughtLeaders4 Disputes and...

  • Join a community of experts, referrers and peers 
  • Attend events in all formats 
  • Interact using our digital Knowledge Hub
  • Learn and share expertise through the Community Magazine
  • Grow your network and business
  • Build relationships through a facilitated Membership directory 

ONE COMMUNITY - 2 SPECIALIST SECTORS

  1. Commercial Litigation                                                
  2. International Arbitration

KEY BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP:

Share, Learn and Benchmark

By collaborating with the best in business, the Community delivers exclusive insights, technical knowledge and solutions helping our Members stay ahead of the game.

Position Yourself as a Leader

By ensuring seamless and uninterrupted visibility, we help our Members to raise and promote their personal and corporate profiles.

Generate New Business

By bringing together Thought Leaders from a wide array of jurisdictions we create access to an influential audience, leading to potential cross reference work for our Members.

VIRTUAL OPPORTUNITIES:

TL4321
3 speakers, 2 questions, 1 mic: Snapshot updates for up to 30 minutes

Quickfire
1 session, 3-4 speakers, live Q&A: Interactive session for 30-45 minutes

Virtual event
1-2 sessions, up to 8 speakers, live Q&A : Technical & interactive for 60-120 minutes  

Dispute resolution practitioners and General Counsel. Community members will include:

Who should join?

Solicitors Solicitors
Barristers Barristers
Offshore Practitioners Offshore Practitioners
Forensic Accountants Forensic Accountants
Investigators Investigators
Insolvency Practitioners Insolvency Practitioners
In-House Counsel In-House Counsel
Judges, Arbitrators & Mediators Judges, Arbitrators & Mediators
Expert Witnesses Expert Witnesses
Legal PR and Reputation Counsel Legal PR and Reputation Counsel

Upcoming Events

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1 Day Conference • In-Person Event
19 Jan 2023
Financial Institutions Litigation

Regulatory changes and shifting business practices are causing novel legal challenges for Financial Institutions. Join the conference to hear specialist experts' take on topics ranging from macro legal trends to technical case law developments


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2 Day Summits • In-Person Event
24 Jan 2023
Sovereign & States Disputes and Enforcement

Join this two-day conference uniquely bringing the sovereign disputes and international asset recovery communities together. Hear from global elites on key topics including developments in investment arbitration, identifying and enforcing against assets, practical strategies and many more


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1 Day Conference • In-Person Event
07 Feb 2023
ESG Litigation

As ESG becomes a requirement an not just an ideal, we are seeing the rising trend of related litigation. Join this unique conference focusing on ESG related Litigation covering 'E', 'S' and 'G' related content.


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Articles
Wagatha Christie – The Unreliable Witness

Along with the rest of the world, we at Bond Solon watched the "Wagatha Christie" libel trial unfold with much intrigue. As the UK’s leading provider of Witness Familiarisation training, we were particularly interested in the media reporting during the trial, of Rebecca Vardy’s performance in the witness box, and the potentially detrimental impact it appeared to be having on her case.

The Honourable Mrs Justice Steyn DBE’s eagerly awaited judgment in Vardy v Rooney [2022] EWHC 2017 (QB) 7 WLUK 412 was publicly released on 29th July.

It provides invaluable commentary on the conduct of both parties, particularly in their capacity as witnesses. It also highlights the impact that witness preparation training can have on witnesses who are due to give evidence at court.


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ArticlesCommunity MagazineMain Issue
Disputes Magazine Issue 6 - Financial Institutions Litigation

We are delighted to present Issue 6 of Disputes Magazine, which discusses Financial Institutions Litigation ahead of the Financial Institutions Litigation Conference on 19th January 2023. In this edition, our authors cover a variety of topics affecting the financial services sector including the recent Tecnimont v Natwest decision, the new FCA consumer duty, audit reform and more.

Thank you to our community partners, members and authors for their continued support. The Disputes community is loaded with events for the rest of 2022 and into 2023, and we hope to see you there.


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Reports
Crypto Insight 2022

Following the success of our Crypto in Disputes event which took place on the 29th June TL4 are proud to present our Crypto Insights Document 2022. In this new format of curated content, we look to partner with firms to provide in-depth Insights, Reports, Surveys, Journals and more. If you would like to work with us on a future insight or report please do get in touch.


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60 Seconds with Jessica Lee - Brown Rudnick

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60 Seconds with Dani Haston - Chainalysis

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60 Seconds With Charlotte Bhania - PCB Byrne

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ArticlesCommunity Magazine
A Guide to Infrastructure Disputes

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Fair Play in Offshore Companies

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Disputes Magazine Issue 5 - Companies and Shareholders in the Spotlight

We are delighted to present Issue 5 of Disputes Magazine, where we put Companies and Shareholders in the Spotlight. Our authors discuss a variety of topics including the new DIAC rules, Section 1140 of the Companies Act 2006, Digital Asset Fraud, and even more. We also find more out about our community with our continued series of 60 seconds with.

Thank you to the continued support from our contributors, members, and community partners. We look forward to seeing you all at more of our Disputes events throughout 2022.


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What we say

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What our members say

"I have been impressed by the way in which ThoughtLeaders4 have adapted to the changes brought by the Pandemic and, in particular, by their regular programme of well-paced seminars delivered virtually. 
When I heard that they were establishing a Disputes Community to complement their other communities,  I was very keen for the firm to come on board as a Community Partner".

Sue Millar - Stephenson Harwood

“ThoughtLeaders4 adapted brilliantly to virtual networking and have been a saviour during these times when we are all missing each other. Having had such a good experience over the past year we had no hesitation in signing up as a Community Partner for the new Disputes community”

Andy McGregor - RPC

"ThoughtLeaders4 has excelled in putting together a diverse set of digital events over the last year, and following our productive involvement with FIRE, we look forward to being part of a wider set of discussions that affect the broader Disputes Community.”

Nikos Asimakopoulos - Alaco

“We are delighted to become a partner of the new Disputes Community at ThoughtLeaders4. Innovation is key for us at Radcliffe Chambers and so we admire TL4’s original and engaging approach and how seamlessly they adapted to an online world at the onset of the pandemic. We look forward to working with them on all things CDR and international arbitration-related.”

Shantanu Majumdar - Radcliffe Chambers

"From the first meeting we had with ThoughtLeaders4 we really like the vision. The vision is to produce a practical community of practitioners that are looking out for each other, who were sharing thought leadership and are going to help each other"

Adam Garside - BRG

"Given the resounding success of our partnership for the FIRE community, we had no hesitation in extending our collaboration to the exciting new Disputes Community. TL4 have made staggering inroads into the market in a short space of time, and there is a real buzz about what the future has in store."

 

Jon Felce - PCB Byrne

What our
members say

"I have been impressed by the way in which ThoughtLeaders4 have adapted to the changes brought by the Pandemic and, in particular, by their regular programme of well-paced seminars delivered virtually. 
When I heard that they were establishing a Disputes Community to complement their other communities,  I was very keen for the firm to come on board as a Community Partner".

Sue Millar - Stephenson Harwood

“ThoughtLeaders4 adapted brilliantly to virtual networking and have been a saviour during these times when we are all missing each other. Having had such a good experience over the past year we had no hesitation in signing up as a Community Partner for the new Disputes community”

Andy McGregor - RPC

"ThoughtLeaders4 has excelled in putting together a diverse set of digital events over the last year, and following our productive involvement with FIRE, we look forward to being part of a wider set of discussions that affect the broader Disputes Community.”

Nikos Asimakopoulos - Alaco

“We are delighted to become a partner of the new Disputes Community at ThoughtLeaders4. Innovation is key for us at Radcliffe Chambers and so we admire TL4’s original and engaging approach and how seamlessly they adapted to an online world at the onset of the pandemic. We look forward to working with them on all things CDR and international arbitration-related.”

Shantanu Majumdar - Radcliffe Chambers

"From the first meeting we had with ThoughtLeaders4 we really like the vision. The vision is to produce a practical community of practitioners that are looking out for each other, who were sharing thought leadership and are going to help each other"

Adam Garside - BRG

"Given the resounding success of our partnership for the FIRE community, we had no hesitation in extending our collaboration to the exciting new Disputes Community. TL4 have made staggering inroads into the market in a short space of time, and there is a real buzz about what the future has in store."

 

Jon Felce - PCB Byrne
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Our Disputes Community Partners:
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For Partnership contact


Chris Leese

Founder | Director
020 7101 4151
email Chris

For Membership contact:


Danushka De Alwis

Founder | Director
020 7101 4191
email Danushka

For General Queries contact:


Paul Barford

Founder | Director
020 7101 4155
email Paul

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