Our next Ongoing Learning Webinar will summarise and discuss some the most important highlights of the arbitration and ADR world in 2022.
Together with our panel of experts, we will discuss a range of topics- from landmark cases to government initiatives- and reflect on the lessons of the past and explore how they might affect the industry in the long run.
Our speakers will focus on:
Significant developments from the US with analysis on specific Supreme Court decisions
The Law Commission’s English Arbitration Act 1996 reform proposal: its importance, background and findings
The importance of third-party funding and The European Parliament’s proposed regulation of litigation funders
Mediation in the UK: consultations of the Ministry of Justice on whether the UK should sign and ratify the Singapore Convention on Mediation and the increasing use of mediation in the Civil Justice system.
This webinar is part of Ciarb’s Ongoing Learning – a range of learning opportunities designed to help you deepen your knowledge and skills, and keep you informed and up to date. Look out for more information about Ongoing Learning in the coming months. Attendees will receive an Ongoing Learning certificate as part of this webinar, which counts towards 1.5 hours of CPD/CLE. Recordings will be available after the event. If you are unable to attend the live event, buying a ticket will still give you access to the recording.
This webinar will be moderated by Kateryna Honcharenko, MCIArb.
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** Valid for Low-income and Lower-middle-income economies as per World Bank classification.
Kateryna is Ciarb’s Arbitration Professional Practice Manager. Before joining Ciarb Kateryna trained with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine and practiced litigation with Integrites in Kyiv, Ukraine. Kateryna holds an LL.M in comparative and international dispute resolution from Queen Mary University of London and an LL.M in international trade regulation from the Institute of International Relations, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, where she also obtained an LL.B in international private law. Kateryna is responsible for maintaining the research strategy that contributes towards Ciarb objectives concerning the use of alternative dispute resolution. She is, in particular, a co-author of the Ciarb Guidance Note on Remote Dispute Resolution Proceedings, Ciarb Framework Guideline on the Use of Technology in International Arbitration and acts as the lead UNCITRAL Working Group II (Dispute Settlement) delegate.