Our experts will discuss what to do when the arbitration process has been hacked alongside debating how to handle illegally obtained evidence.
The hybrid seminar will include a Q&A session, and will be followed by a drinks’ reception.
There will be no charge to attend this webinar, but prior registration is required, and limited in-person spots are available. Participants will be confirmed on a first come first served basis.
Moderator: Karina Albers FCIArb, International Commercial Arbitrator, Chair of the CIArb London Branch
Jamie Harrison FCIArb is Deputy Director General of the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), a role that he took up in June 2019.
Jamie joined the LCIA after nearly 8 years in Singapore, where he set up and managed the Singapore office of Addleshaw Goddard LLP, and travelled between there and Hong Kong, leading the firm’s Asian arbitration practice. Jamie qualified as a solicitor with Freshfields in 1992 and worked in the arbitration team in London and Hong Kong until 1999 when he joined the London office of US firm Morgan Lewis LLP, where he was made a Partner in 2002. Jamie joined the London office of Winston & Strawn LLP in 2005 where he founded and led the dispute resolution practice, working closely with established arbitration practices in Paris and Geneva.
Jamie is qualified to practice as a solicitor in England & Wales and Hong Kong, and has been a registered foreign lawyer with full registration before the International Commercial Court, in Singapore.
As a practising international arbitration lawyer, Jamie acted as Counsel on general commercial disputes, principally arising in developing markets in Asia and West Africa under the rules of LCIA, ICC, SIAC, HKIAC, CIETAC, JAMS, UNCITRAL and ICSID.
Robert Maddox is a member of Debevoise & Plimpton LLP’s Data Strategy & Security practice in London. His work focuses on cybersecurity incident preparation and response, data protection and strategy, internal investigations, compliance reviews, and regulatory defense. In 2021, Robert was named to Global Data Review’s “40 Under 40”. He is also described as “a rising star” in cyber law by The Legal 500 US (2022).
Ruth Hosking is a barrister at Quadrant chambers specialising in international arbitration, shipping, commodities and commercial litigation. Ruth sits as an arbitrator (both as part of a panel and as sole) including under the LCIA Rules. She has been shortlisted as junior of the year at this year’s Legal 500 Bar Awards.
Shobana Iyer (FCIArb) is a practising barrister and arbitrator. She has experience in a variety of industry sectors including renewable energy, financial, retail, sports, creative and the TMT sectors. Shobana commonly deals with complex cases involving intellectual property, information technology, usually involving an international element and regularly deals with conflict of laws issues. Shobana sits on various committees dealing with the use of technology, including the SHERPA EU Project and is presently a Vice-Co-Chair of the Legal Services Committee, and IT Panel, for the Bar Council of England and Wales.