Presentation of the London Chamber of Arbitration and Mediation (LCAM)
The Ukrainian Bar Association (UBA) together with the London Chamber of Arbitration and Mediation (LCAM) invite you to the Presentation of the London Chamber of Arbitration and Mediation.
Time: 16:00 P.M. - 17:00 P.M Kyiv time
Date: Wednesday, 8 November
Format: Online (Zoom)
Jonathan Wood is an independent arbitrator, Chair of the International Arbitration of Reynolds Porter Chamberlain (RPC), Chair of the London Chamber of Arbitration and Mediation (LCAM), President-elect of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) and he is also a director of Legal UK. He has over 40 years’ experience in international dispute resolution in a variety of business sectors. He has taken appointments and is on the panel of many arbitral institutions. He is ranked as Tier 1 in Chambers as an Arbitrator.
Rebecca Warder is Deputy Chair of the London Chamber of Arbitration and Mediation (LCAM) and Head of Knowledge at Hausfeld & Co LLP. She is an experienced dispute lawyer. In her role as a litigator at a leading City law firm, Rebecca was instructed on high-value cross-border arbitration and litigation cases arising out of international trade. She has extensive experience of mediation. At Hausfeld Rebecca heads the firm’s Knowledge programme, including know-how, thought leadership, and learning and development.
- History of LCAM/LCCI
- Present and future of LCAM
The new LCAM Rules
- Competing with LCIA, ICC and other institutions
- What does an LCAM Arbitration look like?
- Selection of arbitrators, diversity, and inclusion
- Role of mediation
Distinctive characterizes of the LCAM Rules
- Lean and straightforward nature of the LCAM Rules
- Robust procedure that moves parties steadily through a clear and simple process with the streamlined timetable
- Time limits and further incentives
Role of the LCAM Advisory Board
- Quality control
Costs in LCAM arbitration
- Cost-effective and predictable, good value and not for profit
- Types of Cases
Q & A session
The working language is English.
Please note that participation in the event is free, but you can support the institutional activities of the UBA in the form of a DONATION, the amount of which is determined at your discretion.
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