London as the rising and new capital of Arab Arbitration? Competing views from London, Beirut, Cairo and Dubai

London as the rising and new capital of Arab Arbitration? Competing views from London, Beirut, Cairo and Dubai

PRODUCT DETAILS

Venue:

Herbert Smith Freehills

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, Exchange House, Primrose St, London EC2A 2EG

 

Time: (Registration 17:30) 18:00 – 19:30

Date: Monday 4th December

Price: £120 members/£85 members

London as the capital of Arab Arbitration? Competing views from Beirut, Cairo and Dubai

Speakers:

Keynote: Lord (Peter) Goldsmith QC, PC, London Co-Managing Partner and Chair of European and Asian Litigation, Debevoise & Plimpton

Capacity: 35 people

Panel:

Dr. Jil Ahdab, Partner, Ginestié Magellan Paley-Vincent

Dr. Mohamed Abdel Wahab, Partner, Zulficar

Dr. Habib Al Mullah, Partner, Baker & McKenzie

Craig Tevendale, Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills (TBC)

Event Description:

ICC invites you to an exclusive evening discussing Arab commercial dispute resolution in the with the region’s foremost experts. Our distinguished panel consists of speakers from the United Arab Emirates, Lebanon and Egypt – each with their own particular practice expertise and nuanced views the challenges and opportunities of Arab arbitration.  Following a keynote speech from Lord Goldsmith, the panel will be fully interactive, tackling subjects including: the state of the legal community and the rule of law following the Arab Spring, the legal consequences of wars in Syria, Libya and Iraq and the hopes of the next generation of Arab arbitrators.

You are also invited to join us and the speakers for a networking cocktail after the event. This is a fringe event ahead of the Annual Arbitration Conference on Tuesday 5 December, also hosted by Herbert Smith Freehills. Capacity is limited to 35 people to ensure an in-depth discussion so please register quickly to secure your place.

 

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