1 April 2022: Professor Doug Jones AO on “Time Bars in Construction Contracts” for Paris Arbitration Week 2022

Date
01/04/2022

Time
10:30 am CET

Location
Virtual

Professor Doug Jones AO will join a virtual panel during Paris Arbitration Week 2022 to discuss ‘Time Bars in Construction Contracts: Civil Law / Common Law Comparison’.

The webinar is hosted by AFDCI International Chapter (Association Française pour le Droit de la Construction et de l’Immobilier) and will take place virtually on 1 April 2022 from 10.30am – 12pm CET.

Professor Doug Jones AO will be joined on the panel by:

  • James Bremen (Partner and Chair of Construction and Engineering Practice at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan)
  • Anne-Sophie Goapper (Partner at Aliénor Avocats)
  • Anne-Véronique Schlaepfer (Partner in International Arbitration and Executive Partner of Geneva office at White & Case)

The event will be moderated by Peter Rosher (Partner & Global Head of International Arbitration at Reed Smith LLP).

To register for this event, please click here.





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