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10 June 2019: Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC speaking at UK-China Arbitration Summit

24th May 2019

Date
10/06/2019

Time
9:00 am GMT

Location
The Crowne Plaza, 1 Kings Cross Road, London, WC1X 9HX

Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC will be moderating a panel at the Bar Council China-UK Arbitration Summit in London on 10/11 June 2019.

“Regulation, ethics and soft skills in arbitration: cultural differences and potential tactical (mis)use of conflicts and other rules”- will examine a number of topics with the panel – a combination of English and Chinese lawyers.

Topics will include:

  • Regulation of lawyers and ethical standards: A gold standard?
    Different approaches to the coaching of witnesses
    IBA Rules on Conflicts: Too many challenges to arbitrators for alleged conflicts? A
    growing trend? (Recent English case law)
    Challenges to enforcement in China on grounds of conflicts of interest during the arbitration? Lessons to keep in mind during your arbitration

The panel members are::

  • Andrew Stevens, Barrister, 4 Pump Court Chambers, London
    Minli Tang, Senior Associate, AllBright Law Offices, Shanghai
    Andrew Walker QC, Barrister, Maitland Chambers; former Chair of the Bar of England
    and Wales, London
    Charles Wu, Head of regulatory section of ACLA; Director of Wu and Associates Law
    Firm

For further information and to book go to: https://www.barcouncil.org.uk/supporting-the-bar/international/business-development/business-development-visits/uk-china-arbitration-summit/

 





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