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Date: Tue 28 Jun 2022 Time: 8.15am-6.00pm Venue: Queen Elizabeth II Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE

Legal Business is delighted to welcome you to the Arbitration Summit 2022 on 28 June, following the return of this popular in-person event last year.

As usual, the summit will bring together leading disputes specialists from private practice, the judiciary, regulators and in-house legal departments in what promises to be an enjoyable and engaging event.

Supported by our distinguished law firm and chambers sponsors, including Gatehouse Chambers, Lineal Services, McDermott Will & Emery and RPC, the summit will gather more than 100 senior speakers and guests on the most pressing topics, such as corporate disputes, sanctions, arbitral awards and the in-house perspectives on arbitration.

Between comprehensive panel discussions and the opportunity to meet and engage with fellow counsel, the International Arbitration Summit 2022 promises to be a practical and forward-looking event, bringing together the world’s leading experts.

Please join us for lively debate and peerless networking opportunities. We look forward to seeing you there.



Ian Meredith
Ian’s practice is focused upon International Arbitration, both as counsel and arbitrator, and encompassing both commercial and investment arbitration and encompassing public international law issues. He has arbitrated disputes under the HKIAC, ICC, LCIA, ICDR, UNCITRAL, LMAA, SCC, SIAC and ICSID rules amongst others as well as acting in relation to a number of ad hoc arbitrations and arbitrations proceeding under the rules of various trade bodies. Recent cases have been seated in London, Geneva, New York, Paris, Stockholm, Vienna, Panama, Tokyo, Zurich and various cities in the US.

Ian has been involved in the arbitration of several disputes flowing from investment within and relating to Russia and various countries of the CIS. He has been involved in a number of high value arbitrations conducted under the Bermuda Form Insurance Policy, one of which led to the leading case on arbitrators’ conflicts of interest, Halliburton Company v Chubb Bermuda Insurance Ltd (formerly known as Ace Bermuda Insurance Ltd), in which the UK Supreme Court gave judgment in November 2020. He is currently acting for the French State in connection with court and arbitrations in connection with the loss of the M/T Prestige which previously went to the Court of Appeal and is currently before the Court of Appeal in two further court actions and the Supreme Court in one.

Other disputes have related to mining, metals trading, specialty chemicals, oil and gas exploration, oil pollution, telecommunications, power generation (in renewable energy), border security, mega yachts, insurance coverage and a wide range of other industrial sectors.

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