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19 Jan 2021: HH Frances Kirkham CBE joins panel to discuss Halliburton v Chubb

16th Dec 2020

Date
19/01/2021

Time
6:30 pm GMT

Location
Virtual Panel Discussion

HH Frances Kirkham CBE will join a virtual panel, jointly hosted by the SCL and TeCSA, to discuss “Halliburton v Chubb: What it really means for construction adjudication and arbitration” on Tuesday 19 January 2021.

HH Frances Kirkham will join the panel to give the views of an experienced international arbitrator and discuss the implications of the case for construction adjudication and arbitration.

  • Counsel’s View – Neil Kitchener QC, barrister, One Essex Court
  • The Sector View – Caroline Pope, partner, DLA Piper and Chair of TeCSA
  • The Adjudicator’s View – adjudicator and arbitrator, MCMS

The event will be chaired by Jonathan Pawlowski, partner, Collyer Bristow and Chair of SCL, and moderated by Hamish Lal, partner, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld.

To register to attend the virtual panel event, please click here. 





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