Seddons hosts LIDW21 event together with Twenty Essex and Guantao Law firm30 Mar 2021 // Firm news
Seddons is pleased to join the London International Disputes Week line up of member-hosted events.
Together with Twenty Essex and Guantao Law firm, Seddons will be hosting a London International Disputes Week 2021 member-hosted event entitled “China-related commercial disputes – a comparison of the arbitral process in London and China.” The event will take place on Friday 14 May 2021 from 9:00-10:00am.
The session will explore differences between the arbitral process in London and China. There will be a short introductory session providing an overview of the process in each jurisdiction and outlining some key differences at a high level. This will be followed by a more in-depth review of the Chinese system and CIETAC from a Chinese law expert. There will follow a session hosted by Twenty Essex focusing on the rules governing London seated arbitrations and comparing those with the position in China. Follow by a Q&A session where delegates can put questions to the speakers.
If you are interested in attending this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information on the London International Disputes Week 2021 can be found here.
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