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Mediation Symposium 2019: Mediation in Times of Crises

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Grant Thornton UK LLP

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EC2A 1AG

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The last decade has seen several major economic and political upheavals. From the repercussions of the global credit crisis, the disruption and job losses caused by automation to the uncertainty caused by Brexit, many have been adversely affected by the turmoil that these and other events have caused. They have all impacted on personal and commercial relationships and there is a strong likelihood that these uncertainties will grow in the future. Brexit is likely to lead to a domino effect as the strain caused by leaving the European Union impacts on commercial and personal relationships. CIArb’s 12th Mediation Symposium looks at ‘Mediation in Times of Crises’.

The day will draw together presentations, deliberations and debates around the shifting contours of crises and how mediation can alleviate and resolve the disputes that they cause to different people. Although targeted at practitioners, this HQ event will also be of interest to academics, lawyers, politicians and the judiciary as well as business leaders with an interest in the developing world of mediation.

Registration starts at 9.00am and the meeting ends at approximately 4.35pm which is immediately followed by a networking drinks reception.

For more information, please visit the CIArb website.



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