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With its theme: Adapting to a Changing World, LIDW23 will follow up on last year’s theme “Global, Sustainable, Ethical” and will feature a combination of a varied technical programme combined with the usual variety of social and networking events to enable participants to share ideas, to make new contacts and connections and to renew old acquaintances.
Outer Temple Chambers’ barristers will collaborate with other experts and speakers for four talks during the event on 18th and 19th May.
Date: 18 May, Time: 10:00 – 11:30, Location: Blake Morgan, 6 New Street Square, London EC4A 3DJ, Hosted by: Blake Morgan and Outer Temple Chambers
Jurisdiction of the English Court–
10:00 – 10:30 – registration & coffee/late breakfast
10:30 – 11:30 – talk
Henry Reid, Outer Temple Chambers
Alex Shirtcliff, Blake Morgan
Date: 18 May, Time: 14:00– 16:00, Location: McDermott Will & Emery 22 Bishopsgate London, EC2N 4BQ, Hosted by: Outer Temple Chambers, McDermott Will & Emery, Reed Smith and Clyde & Co. and FTI Consulting
The importance of substantial and sustained investment in the energy sector cannot be overstated. A mixed panel composed of arbitrators, counsel, academics and a quantum expert will focus on the current trends and future challenges in the energy sector by addressing and discussing:
14:00 – 14:15 – registration
14:15 – 15:30 – talk
15:30 – 16:00 – networking drinks & canapés
The session will be moderated by Prof. Loukas Mistelis (Clyde & Co.) with the following speakers:
Solicitor speakers: Chloe Carswell (Reed Smith) and Armando Neris (McDermott Will & Emery)
Counsel speaker: Lucian Ilie (Outer Temple Chambers)
Academic speaker: Crina Baltag (Professor at Stockholm University)
Industry speaker: Stuart Amor (FTI Consulting)
Date: 18 May, Time: 16:00– 17:00, Location: Travers Smith LLP – 10 Snow Hl, London, Hosted by: Outer Temple Chambers, Stewarts Law, Meister, Seelig & Fein and Travers Smith
Whether it is the ease with which cryptocurrencies ‘cross’ jurisdictions or the global customer base seeking redress from losses leading to the insolvency of FTX, digital assets present a challenge to the fundamental notion of private international law based upon physical geographies. Join a panel of international experts to discuss this hot topic. The session will identify and examine some of the jurisdictional and applicable law issues which arise in the context of digital assets, cover the approaches taken so far in jurisdictions including in England and Wales, the US and the UAE, and the merits of different possible solutions.
Justina Stewart, Outer Temple Chambers
Helen Pugh, Outer Temple Chambers
Marc Jones, Stewarts Law
John Lee, Travers Smith
Kathryn Matthews, Meister, Seelig & Fein
Date: 19 MayTime: 10:30– 11:30, Location: Withers, 20 Old Bailey, London, Hosted by: Outer Temple Chambers and Withers Worldwide
A conversation between Meriel Schindler, Partner and Head of Employment at Withers Worldwide London office, and Will Young, moderated by Gerard McDermott KC (both employment law barristers based at Outer Temple Chambers) about discrimination (and whistleblowing) claims in a city environment, with a particular focus on claims involving psychiatric injury.
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FinTech & Digital Assets, Events, News, International 11 May, 2023
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