The CIArb London Branch invites you to join us for our annual Mediation seminar organised in conjunction with the London Chamber of Arbitration and Mediation (LCAM).
A leading mediator, a commercial litigation partner and in-house litigation counsel come together to discuss their perspectives on what makes for an effective mediation, how to make the most of the mediation process and to debate their approaches to mediation.
The seminar will include a Q&A session, and will be followed by a drinks reception.
There will be no charge to attend this seminar, but prior registration is required, and limited spots are available. Participants will be confirmed on a first come first served basis. To register please email email@example.com
Moderator: Gill Mansfield FCIArb, Commercial Mediator
Tim Hardy, LLM, DipArb, FCIArb, Solicitor Advocate, CEDR Accredited Mediator is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and has a Postgraduate Diploma in International Arbitration. He regularly sits as an arbitrator, adjudicator and mediator in disputes related to complex corporate, financial and commercial transactions.
Charlotte Henschen, Partner, RPC specialises in high value commercial litigation, with a focus on investment banking disputes, capital markets, investment and fund management disputes and civil fraud. She regularly acts adverse to the major investment banks, representing corporates, hedge funds, asset managers, liquidators, institutional investors, banks and UHNW’s. Charlotte has been listed as a “Rising Star” in Legal 500 for Banking Litigation in 2020, 2021 and 2022, and in March 2021 was recognized by Legal Week as one of the "best 25 UK women in law under 40”.
Kai-Uwe Karl, Global Chief Litigation Counsel, GE Renewable Energy holds a J.D., and a PhD in commercial law from the University of Tübingen, Germany. He is a member of the Frankfurt bar. He represents GE in disputes world-wide, including work in negotiations, mediation, arbitration and litigation. He also leads policy initiatives aimed at managing and reducing the risks of disputes.