Global Litigation and Arbitration in 2019: Lessons Learned and the Next Game Changer
Over the past years, significant changes have continued to transpire in the global litigation and arbitration landscape. Socio-economic and political factors – in addition to existing legal and regulatory trends – are driving the shooting number of disputes. Some of the same factors are also forcing the dispute resolution mechanisms themselves to reform.
With all the rising legal issues and ongoing trade dynamics, it becomes more important for litigators and arbitrators to stay abreast with all the latest trends and developments surrounding this area of the law. It is also critical to apply the lessons learned from previous litigation and arbitration to resolve conflicts in the most effective and cost-efficient ways.
In this LIVE Webcast, a seasoned panel of thought leaders and professionals brought together by The Knowledge Group will provide in-depth analysis of the fundamentals as well as recent developments surrounding the Global Litigation and Arbitration landscape in 2019. Speakers will also offer helpful insights and strategies in drafting efficient and compelling oral arguments.
Key topics include:
- Global Litigation and Arbitration in 2019: What to Expect
- Latest Trends, Developments, and Updates
- Most Notable Cases
- New Types of Litigation
- The Implication of Recent Court Decisions
Matthew N. Drossos, Partner
White & Case LLP
- third party finding - litigation and arbitration
- use as access to justice for claiments and respondants
Francisco Jijon, Partner
White & Case LLP
- trends more detail some specifics in south america - case studies
Tafadzwa Pasipanodya, Partner
Foley Hoag LLP
- investor/state dispute system
- changing on variety of levels
- concerns and current efforts of national level
- resource nationalism
- concern that states are becoming more protective of resources and investors believe it is an infringement of rights
Who Should Attend:
- International Arbitration Lawyers
- In-House and Outside Counsel
- Top Level Management
- Multinational Companies
- Public and Private Companies
Matthew Drossos is a partner in the Firm's International Arbitration and Litigation Practice Groups. Mr. Drossos has represented clients - including both corporations and sovereign states - on matters before the International Center for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), Geneva Chamber of Commerce, the Court of Arbitration for Sport, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), and U.S. federal courts. Representative matters have included disputes involving metals and mining, construction, and sovereign financial instruments.
Matthew Drossos is a partner in the Firm's International Arbitration and Litigation Practice Groups. Mr. Drossos has represented clients – …
Francisco X. Jijón is a partner in the Litigation and International Arbitration Practice Groups with the global law firm of White & Case. Mr. Jijón specializes in international dispute resolution and transnational disputes involving sovereign states and Latin America. His experience includes investment arbitrations before the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) and under the UNCITRAL rules, as well as in commercial arbitration and litigation in various forums and arbitrations before U.S. courts. These cases have spanned various substantive areas, including infrastructure, energy, cultural heritage, sovereign debt, environment, construction, among others.
Francisco X. Jijón is a partner in the Litigation and International Arbitration Practice Groups with the global law firm of …
Tafadzwa Pasipanodya is a partner in Foley Hoag’s international litigation and arbitration department and co-chair of its Africa practice. She has represented sovereign States in over 30 disputes concerning international law. Many of these are investor-state arbitrations concerning natural resources, mining, the environment, infrastructure, and health policy under the rules of UNCITRAL, ICSID, the ICSID Additional Facility, and the ICC. Others are disputes between States concerning human rights, environmental rights, territorial claims and maritime delimitations before the ICJ, UNCLOS tribunals, and other fora. In addition, Tafadzwa represents foreign sovereign States in their disputes in U.S. courts and advises them in the negotiation of public private partnership contracts.
She has been recognized by Latinvex as one of its Top 50 Rising Legal Stars in Latin America and recommended in the 2018 edition of Legal 500: USA for her dispute resolution expertise.
Tafadzwa Pasipanodya is a partner in Foley Hoag’s international litigation and arbitration department and co-chair of its Africa practice. She …
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About Foley Hoag LLP
Foley Hoag is a law firm of 300 attorneys with offices in Washington, DC, Boston, New York, and Paris. Founded in 1943, the firm has established a lengthy record of success in industries such as life sciences, health care, technology, energy/renewables, investment management and professional services.
Foley Hoag’s International Litigation and Arbitration Practice is globally recognised as a leader in representing sovereign states in cutting-edge and high-profile international arbitrations. The firm has defended states in over 60 investor-state arbitrations, with an extraordinary record of success. The firm is also recognised as the world’s leading Public International Law firm.
Foley Hoag’s team members come from diverse backgrounds and work effectively in many languages. They have also been educated in and are admitted to practice in numerous jurisdictions. Their common objective is to provide creative, strategic legal advice tailored to their clients’ unique goals.