The Dispute Resolution Forum will bring together two leading events, the Commercial Litigation & Arbitration Forum and the Banking Litigation & Regulation Forum. Over the past ten years, these events have become trailblazing forums bringing together esteemed legal professionals from In-House, Private Practice and the Bar to work together and overcome the minefield of challenges faced across dispute resolution.
This unique event will provide more networking, content and unique perspectives, as well as insights and strategies to help tackle your most pressing legal challenges.
Whilst bringing these two events together will provide an enhanced event experience for all, we also appreciate the unique differences in challenges that each of these communities face. As such, we will provide two customized conference tracks, one focused on commercial litigation and arbitration and the other designed to tackle the challenges faced by financial litigators and regulation professionals.
Through combining these two events, the community will gain access to more content, with less time away from core responsibilities and the opportunity to attend both events on just one ticket. Due to the nature of this virtual event we expect a larger, more global audience and we invite you, wherever you are in the world, to be part of our event and our community.
Keynote Speakers Announced
Sara Cockerill was educated at her local C of E junior school before being awarded a full local authority scholarship to attend Lady Eleanor Holles School in Hampton. She studied Law at St Anne’s College, Oxford, gaining a first class degree in jurisprudence in 1989 and being awarded the University’s Eldon Scholarship...
Charlie Falconer is an English qualified barrister and partner based in Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher’s London office. The former UK Lord Chancellor and first Secretary of State for Justice spent 25 years as a commercial barrister, becoming a QC in 1991. His practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, international arbitration and investigations. In June 2003, he became the Lord Chancellor and the first Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs...