Please join me for a virtual panel discussion next week – 10am on Wednesday 12 May – when I will be hosting the next in our series of dispute resolution webinars – this time on the future of litigation post-pandemic.
The roadmap out of lockdown gives us reason to be optimistic, but the economic pressures of the last year have generated uncertainty and a number of contentious issues. In this webinar, we will be discussing some trends in dispute resolution that are likely to emerge as we exit “lockdown” and how businesses can manage future disputes.
Join me and my fellow speakers Matthew Amey (Director at litigation funder TheJudge and co-founder of litigation finance firm Erso Capital), Nick Conway (Forensic Partner at Deloitte on the tech perspective) and Ian Cockayne (Senior Solicitor and in-house litigator at Grant Thornton UK LLP).
We are very happy to discuss issues or answer questions during the webinar, so please email me if there is anything you would like us to cover.
To register, please click here.
In this live webinar we reflect on the fact that, as the pandemic abates, our “new normal” is likely to involve commercial risk and an increase in disputes. In light of these risks, we will consider some practical trends that are likely to emerge and how those trends will affect the resolution of disputes.