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LIDW22

Navigating sustainability from regulation to dispute resolution

13 May 2022 | 12:00 - 14:00 (BST)
London International Disputes Week

Hosts

Nigel Cooper QC, Quadrant Chambers; Daniella Horton, LMAA; Poonam Melwani QC, Quadrant Chambers; Alessio Sbraga, HFW; Jamie Wallace, The Standard Club; Jonathan Webb, HFW.

What this session will cover

This panel, hosted by the LMAA, HFW, Quadrant Chambers will discuss the impact of sustainability on the shipping sector. We are pleased to be joined by Poonam Melwani QC, Quadrant Chambers, Jamie Wallace, The Standard Club, Daniella Horton, LMAA, Alessio Sbraga HFW and Nigel Cooper QC, Quadrant Chambers. The session is supported by the LSLC.
Topics to be addressed will include:

• How legislation and regulation are driving the sustainability agenda and the impact of sustainability on the disputes landscape
• The key issues for the shipping sector arising out of the drive to a sustainable industry and what they mean from the perspective of a user of the English legal system
• London Arbitration and the LMAA’s up-to-date suite of arbitration and ADR services, enabling effective and sustainable processes for users worldwide
• The inter-relationship between the English Courts, London Arbitration and ADR – a model for the resolution of international disputes at a time when users are looking for cost efficient and sustainable dispute resolution.

Topics to be addressed will include:

  • How legislation and regulation are driving the sustainability agenda and the impact of sustainability on the disputes landscape
  • The key issues for the shipping sector arising out of the drive to a sustainable industry and what they mean from the perspective of a user of the English legal system
  • London Arbitration and the LMAA’s up-to-date suite of arbitration and ADR services, enabling effective and sustainable processes for users worldwide
  • The inter-relationship between the English Courts, London Arbitration and ADR – a model for the resolution of international disputes at a time when users are looking for cost efficient and sustainable dispute resolution.