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- UCL Faculty of Laws, WC1H 0EG London
Lunch Time Lecture
Mediating shipping and commodity disputes
Jane Andrewartha, Clyde & Co
Friday 14 February 2014
1 - 2pm
Jane will give a practitioner's view of mediation explaining the use of the process both as advocate and representative of the client and as mediator indicating, with war stories and live case studies, how mediation offers solutions that the court cannot
Biography of the speaker
Jane Andrewartha, solicitor and Litigation and Arbitration Partner of Clyde & Co, has been a Litigation and Arbitration practitioner for 38 years and has been involved in Alternative Dispute Resolution, primarily mediation, since 1995 when involved in one of the first major English mediations in the insurance sector. She was trained by CEDR and accredited as a mediator in June 1996 since when she has been involved as mediator in over 600 mediations covering a wide variety of commercial disputes frequently of a complex, international or multi-party nature. She has mediated disputes involving aviation, banking and finance, business contracts, construction and property disputes, commodities, employment, trusts, insurance and reinsurance, lender liability, marine and energy disputes, professional liability, partnership/joint ventures and transportation. She is familiar with Arbitration in all its forms including LCIA, ICC, AAA and other jurisdictions. She sits as Arbitrator herself and has acted as Early Neutral Evaluator. She also acts as settlement counsel in intractable disputes/litigation although not, in such circumstances, as a neutral.
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