The London Branch is delighted to present this in-person seminar hosted by Osborne Clarke. Our distinguished panel of speakers will discuss, from their respective professional perspectives, latest and most important themes in arbitrations arising from M&A transactions. The seminar should be of interest to: ADR practitioners, legal advisers, in-house counsel and experts generally.
Greg Fullelove is a Partner and Head of the International Arbitration Group at Osborne Clarke. He specialises in international commercial and bilateral investment treaty arbitration and public international law. He has been recognised as a Future Leader in International Arbitration by Who’s Who Legal. He has acted as counsel and advocate in both international commercial and bilateral investment treaty arbitrations, including in the financial services, tech, media and comms and energy sectors. Greg has particular expertise in renewable energy arbitrations, including solar and hydroelectric disputes.
Sara Masters KC has over 25 years’ experience in international arbitration both as counsel and arbitrator, in addition to her court practice as Leading Counsel. Sara has particular expertise in cases raising difficult jurisdiction and private international law issues. Her practice extends to commercial disputes, (often complex multi-jurisdictional disputes), EU law (with a focus on competition and private international law), shipping (including shipbuilding and ship sale disputes) and commodities, construction, energy, insurance (including marine insurance) and re-insurance.
George Mountis is Co-Managing Partner of Chrysostomides, a law firm based in Cyprus. He is head of the litigation and dispute resolution department and handles the major high-profile commercial and corporate litigation cases undertaken by the firm including major shareholders disputes, multi-million commercial and corporate fraud, injunctions and insolvency proceedings. George has a central role in the firm’s arbitration and mediation practice both as a legal advisor and counsel, as well as an arbitrator. He is a Fellow of the CIArb and a CEDR Accredited Mediator.
Daniel Harrison is an Associate Director in Osborne Clarke's dispute resolution team, with expertise in international arbitration. He acts as counsel in both international commercial and investment treaty arbitrations, representing and advising clients in a range of sectors including energy, life sciences and telecommunications. He has conducted both ad hoc and institutional arbitrations, including under the LCIA, ICC, SCC, ICSID and UNCITRAL rules. Daniel also advises clients on high-value litigation at all levels of the English court system. Daniel has recently co-edited the book 'International Arbitration in England: Perspectives in Times of Change' along with Greg Fullelove and Laila Hamzi.
Daniel Djanogly is a Chartered Arbitrator, expert determiner and forensic accountant expert witness. He specialises in accounting, financial and valuation issues in M&A, shareholder, partnership and other complex business-related disputes, and fraud. He is a Partner in the forensic services team at BTG Advisory LLP (part of the Begbies Traynor Group) and leads the BTG Commercial Arbitration Forum. Daniel is a Committee Member of the CIArb London Branch.
Artem Doudko, a solicitor-advocate, is a Partner in the International Arbitration Group at Osborne Clarke LLP. Artem is a Fellow of the CIArb and is identified as a Global Leader in the Who's Who Legal: Arbitration directory (2020-2023) and as a Next Generation Partner in Legal 500 UK (2020-2023) for his expertise in International Arbitration. Artem is a member of the LCIA Court.
Following the seminar, which will conclude at around 8 pm, Osborne Clarke will generously host a reception for the speakers and all attendees. There is no charge to attend this seminar but, in view of capacity limitations, attendees MUST register in advance with Elinor Pritchard at firstname.lastname@example.org.