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Talk One: ‘The Role of Derivative Claims in Assessing Director Liability’.
David E. Grant KC will be part of a panel on 22nd November with Shonna Coffer of Mishcon De Reya, and Matthew Wescott of JMW Solicitors at The Dilly, London on the topic of ‘The Role of Derivative Claims in Assessing Director Liability’.
Topics of discussion will include; (1)Addressing the McGaughey vs USSL Case Study: (2)When Are Derivative Claims More Likely To Be Successful in English Courts?; and (3)Exploring Claims That Are Best Suited To Derivative Actions.
Talk Two: ‘Maintaining “Leading Dispute Resolution Centre Status” Amidst Overseas Competition’
Justina Stewart will be speaking alongside Daniel Spendlove of Signature Litigation, Dipti Hunter of Keidan Harrison, and Nino Sieve of Nater Dallafior Rechtsanwälte on the topic of ‘Maintaining “Leading Dispute Resolution Centre Status” Amidst Overseas Competition’ on 23rd November.
Topics of discussion will include; (1)How Does London Retain its Crown Amidst Overseas Competition; (2)Maintaining London’s Status as a Leading Centre for Dispute Resolution; and (3)Why Choose London for Litigation?
This will be an in-person only event and will take place at The Dilly, 21 Piccadilly, Westminster Borough, London, W1J, UK.
The talk titled ‘The Role of Derivative Claims in Assessing Director Liability’ by David E. Grant KC and co-speakers will be at 2:15pm on Wednesday, 22nd November.
The talk titled ‘Maintaining “Leading Dispute Resolution Centre Status” Amidst Overseas Competition’ by Justina Stewart and co-speakers will be at 12:30pm on Thursday, 23rd November.
To book a place, click here. We are pleased to be able to share our ‘speaker discount code’ which will entitle you to 10% off your ticket: CDTAFSPK23.
For the full agenda of the two day forum, click here.
David E. Grant KC TEP is a chancery and commercial practitioner with specialist expertise in pensions, trusts, will and estates, professional negligence, fraud and asset recovery, financial services, insolvency and employment.
He has extensive advocacy experience in courts and tribunals up to the European Court of Justice. He has been instructed as an English law expert in proceedings in the US and Canada. He has also attended numerous mediations and round table meetings in a wide variety of cases. David is happy as sole advocate or leading a counsel team and enjoys the process of working with his instructing solicitors, lay clients, experts and other interested parties.
Justina Stewart’s practice encompasses the full range of commercial litigation, with a particular emphasis on banking and financial services, civil fraud, fintech and digital assets, insolvency and international arbitration. She is ranked in the key legal directories as a Leading Junior in several areas: Commercial Litigation/Commercial Dispute Resolution, Banking and Finance, Fintech and digital assets, Financial Services Regulation; and Insolvency. Justina is ranked as a Leading Junior in Chambers UK Bar, Chambers Global, Legal 500 and Legal 500 Middle East.
News 16 Nov, 2023