During this webinar we will discuss:
- Why are we seeing a growing rise in international arbitrations?
- Should arbitration be used instead of litigation?
- How does the London market stand to capture the increasing volume of international arbitrations?
- How does the management of discovery differ for arbitrations?
- What are the challenges?
- How can these be overcome?
- How might Data Analytics be used to mitigate a lot of the data management & production issues?
- What does the future hold?
Donald Macdonald is a disclosure consultant at Consilio. He is responsible for working with clients to formulate strategy for active UK High Court proceedings as well as for arbitrations, investigations and public inquiries. He worked for 10 years as the litigation support manager at Slaughter and May and is a qualified (non-practicing) barrister.
Enyo Law LLP
Tim specialises in international commercial disputes. He has litigated in the US, Latin America, South-East Asia, Russia and many European and offshore jurisdictions. He has particular experience of disputes in the oil and gas, financial services and telecommunications sectors. Tim has been described as 'a strong litigator who has a good understanding of the issues and is excellent at handling clients' (Legal 500, 2019) and is recommended by Legal 500 2019 for Banking Litigation and International Arbitration. He is also ranked by Legal 500 (2019 and 2020) as a Next Generation Partner in Commercial Litigation and International Arbitration.
Senior Solutions Architect, eDiscovery
Gregory Campbell is a Senior Solutions Architect for Everlaw in the UK, acting as an eDiscovery subject matter expert. He is a practising solicitor, originally training with a Silver Circle London legal firm, and subsequently practising as a litigation and dispute resolution focussed solicitor in London. He then moved into the legal technology sector as an in-house legal counsel and project manager for an eDiscovery consultancy, followed by a senior role within the litigation support function of a Magic Circle London legal firm. Immediately prior to joining Everlaw, he was a Governance, Regulatory and Legal Consultant for a multinational information technology company, with a specialism around information governance, including the detail and practicalities of the GDPR
Baker & McKenzie Habib Al Mulla
Andrew is a partner and Head of Baker McKenzie Habib Al Mulla's Arbitration, Construction and Offshore Litigation (DIFC/ADGM Courts) practice. He has been based in Dubai since 2009. He is a qualified English law Barrister, Solicitor Advocate and arbitration law specialist. He works extensively across the Middle East, Africa and Asia, acting for governments and international corporations on complex commercial disputes under a variety of civil and common law systems. He is ranked in Chambers Global, Legal 500 and is listed in Who’s Who Legal as one of the world’s leading dispute lawyers. Andrew has a commercial focus and is particularly adept at partnering with his clients and understanding their business. Clients state that he “impresses with his command of potential issues” and he has "relentless tenacity and absolute client focus" (Chambers Global). Who's Who Legal says: "Rising star" Andrew Mackenzie has "an exceptional knowledge" and "a strong commitment to his clients."
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