The International Arbitration and Enforcement Forum 2024

Covering developing issues in International Arbitration and Enforcement through a

diverse and practical lens.

8th October 2024 | Central London

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Arbitration and Enforcement issues are becoming increasingly global.

With the popularity of cross-border disputes continuing to rise, the complexity and scope of many cases increase similarly. Join our geographically diverse panels of experts as they use hands-on experience to de-mystify these dynamics, covering eight of the most pressing current issues in this one-day conference.

 

What hot topics are on the agenda?

Reform in an Evolving Arbitration Landscape

Interim measures  
LCIA, ICC changes to confidentiality summary disposal and strike out  
IBA Guidelines on Conflicts of Interest

The Implications of Sanctions for Arbitration and Enforcement

Impact sanctions on the arbitration process 
Enforcement against sanctioned/high risk entities  
Addressing counter sanctions adopted by Russia 

Buying, Selling and Enforcing Awards 

Practical consideration and aftermath when an award is sold off and broken off 
Due diligence process prior to investment

 Structuring monetization arrangements

New Opportunities For Funding and Insuring Disputes

Funding international arbitration and foreign litigation 
Recoverability of funding costs  
Dispute resolution insurance 

New Technologies and Enforcement of Digital and Physical Assets

Understanding crypto and digital assets 
How technology assists and speeds up the enforcement process 

Evaluating Current Diversity Standards in Arbitration

Gender diversity requirements for arbitrators 
Shadowing schemes for younger arbitrators to gain experience    
Ethnic diversity in arbitration

Meet Our Diverse Panel of Arbitration and Enforcement Experts:

Delegates will benefit greatly from the opportunity to connect with peers from across a variety of jurisdictions. As arbitration takes on a more global character, having contacts with a diversity of experience is key to effectively resolving disputes. Learn both from the established precedent set worldwide and gain an accurate sense of where new developments will set precedent on the horizon.

Professor Emilia Onyema
Professor Emilia Onyema Professor of International Commercial Law
SOAS University of London
Noor Kadhim
Noor Kadhim Founder and Principal
Kadhims
Egishe Dzhazoyan
Egishe Dzhazoyan Partner
King & Spalding
Abdul Azeem s/o Abdul Samad
Abdul Azeem s/o Abdul Samad Senior Associate
Dechert
Katrina Limond
Katrina Limond Senior Associate
Allen & Overy
Emiko Singh
Emiko Singh Associate
White & Case
Trevor Mascarenhas
Trevor Mascarenhas Partner
PCB Byrne
Alejandro Escobar
Alejandro Escobar Partner, Practice Group Chair - Public International Law
Baker Botts
Hinesh Shah
Hinesh Shah Senior Associate Forensic Accountant
Pinsent Masons
Tatiana Menshenina
Tatiana Menshenina Partner
Withers
Jennifer Haywood
Jennifer Haywood Arbitrator
Serle Court
Katia Finkel
Katia Finkel Partner
Eversheds Sutherland
Stuart Leach
Stuart Leach Founder
Stuart Leach Associates

Event Partners

Networking Partner
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