Stevens & Bolton is delighted to be co-hosting this session with Baker McKenzie, XXIV Old Buildings and KPMG.
As the pandemic hit in 2020 Baker McKenzie and KPMG UK surveyed civil and commercial court users to explore their experience and perceptions of virtual hearings and mediations. Six months on we explore key issues around this theme. Are virtual hearings and mediations here to stay? What challenges do they present? What advantages might they have?
Join our panel discussion (chaired by Charles Thomson) to hear a range of first-hand views from the perspectives of the judiciary, clients, solicitors, advocates and experts, looking back at the survey findings but also looking ahead as the landscape continues to evolve.
To book onto the webinar, please click on the button below or contact Nina Grayson, Baker McKenzie at email@example.com
To register for additional London International Disputes Week webinars, please use the links below:
- Force Majeure, frustration and illegality - rescue remedies for a pandemic?, Tuesday 11 May 2021, 9am-10am
- Cyber fraud and data breaches in the era of remote working, Tuesday 11 May 2021, 5.30pm-6.30pm
- Malleable memory – witness recollection in the face of data overload, Wednesday 12 May 2021, 5.30pm-6.30pm
- International co-operation and government guidelines on dispute resolution during the COVID-19 pandemic, Thursday 13 May 2021, 8.30am-9.30am
In addition to signing up for these events, please register for LIDW 21, which includes 16 virtual sessions delivered by leading experts in their fields, four unmissable keynote addresses by high-profile dispute resolution figures, and many vital opportunities to network with colleagues from around the world. To read more about LIDW21, click here.
Note: your registration for these events does not provide access to the LIDW21 conference and related benefits; and, your registration for these events is not conditional on registering for LIDW21, although we strongly encourage such registrations.