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Maritime Arbitration Conference

      11/12/2008

Venue: Courthouse Kempinski Hotel, London

This conference will examine the key issues in maritime arbitration and dispute resolution, update you on current legislation, look at the future of the shipping industry and give you an opportunity to engage in industry led discussion with senior speakers. Hear from every party implicated in a dispute subject to "English law and arbitration", from service providers to service users, and be part of the open dialogue involving all parties, including arbitrators, lawyers, mediators, barristers, P&I executives and expert witnesses. Attend this conference to debate and discuss the key market aspects of maritime arbitration including cost control, the appeal process and the High Court, the small claims procedure, and the renewal of arbitrators with high level experts in this field.

Attend this highly focused one day conference and cover all the key market issues:

  • Hear how London maritime arbitration delivers to clients
  • Profit from an exploration of cost control and how this can be executed
  • Examine the appeal process from challenging the Award to appealing to the House of Lords
  • Analyse the success of the small claims procedure and its process
  • Benefit from an update on the anti-suit injunctions and assess the implications of the ECJ decision in the Front Comor
  • Explore the growth in the relationship between arbitration and mediation in maritime disputes, and profit from determining the best for clients
  • Have your voice heard and join the debate on renewal of arbitrators and the need for new blood in the industry


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