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‘Energy Disputes’

Damian James will be speaking to two of the world’s leading construction lawyers for a discussion on energy disputes. What do you need to consider when dealing with disputes, claims and strategies for dispute resolution?

Speakers:

Rob Wilson, Partner and Head of the Energy Disputes Practice at leading international law firm, CMS. Rob has been advising on disputes since 1994 and has worked with the energy sector since 1998. Rob experienced in litigation, international arbitration and mediation both as mediator and in representing clients. He is also often engaged by clients with regard to the avoidance of disputes before proceedings are commenced. Much of Rob’s work is of an international nature and in particular he is known for advising on construction/engineering issues arising out of EPC contracts.

Thomas Crangle, Barrister at 4 Pump Court. Thomas’ practice includes conducting trials and interlocutory applications, acting for and representing parties in mediations and carrying out a full range of drafting and advisory work. International arbitration forms a major part of Thomas’ work in the areas in which he practices. He has built up a wealth of experience in this field and is familiar with the rules of all of the major international arbitration bodies.

The team will look at energy projects and the challenges particular to energy and the resolution of disputes in that sector. How can energy disputes be avoided? What common mistakes are made in the preparation for energy disputes? What are the biggest risks facing the energy sector? What does the future hold for dispute resolution in the energy sector?

All members will be sent an email invite for this webinar.

If you have any suggestions for or questions about the CICES programme of webinars please email hmcginty@cices.org

All welcome to this free webinar.

 

13th April

2021

Starts: 10:30am
Ends: 11:30am

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FREE

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For additional event information, please contact the following people:

Heather McGinty
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