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2 July 2019: Chantal-Aimee Doerries QC to join panel at 5th Annual GAR Live Energy Disputes conference

7th Jun 2019

Date
02/07/2019

Time
9:00 am GMT

Location
Fieldfisher, Riverbank House, 2 Swan Ln, London EC4R 3TT

Chantal-Aimee Doerries QC will join a Live Question Time for Arbitrators at the 5th Annual GAR Live Energy Disputes conference, which is taking place on Tuesday 2nd July in London.

The session will examine:

  • Does “enforcement fear” lead tribunals to weak responses and breaches of agreed procedures?
  • Are corruption issues capable of being handled in arbitration in a procedurally efficient and fair manner?
  • Would dispositive issue determinations improve “grand arbitrations”?

For further information and to register go to http://gar.live/energy2019.

 





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