Today, international businesses must untangle a web of sanctions unprecedented in its scope. As governments have responded to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, nuclear proliferation and human rights abuses by enacting increasingly sweeping sanctions, disputes involving sanctions have also proliferated. How are sanctions affecting existing contracts and relationships? How can businesses resolve disputes with their sanctioned counterparties? And how are countersanctions by some governments threatening investors and their operations? Our panel – drawing on the differing perspectives of disputes practitioners, compliance specialists and in-house counsel – will answer these questions and more.
#YoungITATalks is a series of local events presented around the world, featuring talks, workshops or interviews that cover a wide range of subjects relating to arbitration. The #YoungITATalks series is designed for education, conversation and sharing knowledge and experiences among young practitioners.
Thanks to the generosity of our sponsor, this event is tuition-free and includes drinks and hors d’oeuvres. Please register in advance to help us have an accurate headcount.
Please note that this in an in-person event. Attendees will need to bring a piece of photo identification for entry to the building.
6.15 pm - Registration
6:30 pm - Panel Discussion
- Robert Bradshaw, Young ITA UK Co-Chair
- Thomas Lane, Young ITA UK Co-Chair
- Katie Palms, DLA Piper, London
- Tina Carlile, Shell, London
- Sunny Mann, Baker McKenzie, London
- Charles Claypoole, Latham & Watkins, London
8:00 - 9:00 pm - Networking drinks and hors d’oeuvres
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