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Working Together: Litigating in England and Wales -- THE BAR COUNCIL OF ENGLAND AND WALES MEMBERS ONLY

Thursday, October 3, 2013, 9:30 am -- 5:00 pm
Member Price:     $175
Non-Member Attorney Price:     $175

Intended Audience:

This entry is for registration of Bar Council of England and Wales members ONLY. You may also mail or fax the order form. Click Here  for order form

All other Members and Non-members click here to register.

Location: 14 Vesey Street -- 2nd Floor Auditorium

Course ID: C10032013A

Number of Sessions: 1

Credits:
7 NY & NJ Credits: Breakdown TBA; Transitional and Non-transitional

Course Description:

Join NYCLA’s Foreign and International Law Committee and members of The Bar Council of England and Wales for a full-day program focusing on understanding the litigation process in England and Wales. The first part of the program focuses on International Civil Litigation and Arbitration, while the second part takes a look at Cross-border Criminal Investigations and Enforcement Actions.

A Networking Reception will immediately follow the program


AGENDA

Part 1: International Civil Litigation and Arbitration

The Role of the Barrister -- International Litigation

  • Principal proceedings in UK courts
  • Ancillary proceedings in UK courts for US proceedings

The Role of the Barrister -- International Arbitration

  • The Arbitration Act of 1996
  • The conduct of arbitration proceedings
  • The scope of the arbitration agreement
  • IBA Guidelines on Conflict of Interest
  • IBA Guidelines on Party Representation in International Arbitration
  • Interim measures in arbitration

Part 2: Cross-border Criminal Investigations and Enforcement Actions

Criminal Investigations and Prosecutions

  • Overview of the systems of criminal investigations and prosecution in the UK
  • UK enforcement actions; cooperation and comparisons
  • Obtaining overseas evidence and recovering assets in criminal cases
  • Overseas defendants: Extradition to/from UK and US

Hot Topics

  • Internal investigations: Issues of privilege and regulators' demands for documents
  • Self-reporting: The soft option?
  • Deferred prosecution agreements: The new UK model
  • Corporate and individual plea agreements and sentencing





Faculty:

Program Co-sponsors: The Bar Council of England and Wales; NYCLA Foreign and International Law Committee

Faculty: Alex Bailin QC,  Matrix Chambers; Rachel Barnes, 3 Raymond Buildings;  Harris Bor,Wilberforce Chambers ; Shane Collery, 18 Red Lion Court; Jasbir Dhillon QC, Brick Court Chambers; James Drake QC, 7 King’s Bench Walk; Blinne Ní Ghrálaigh, Matrix Chambers; Fiona Jackson, 33 Chancery Lane; Edward Jenkins QC, 5 Paper Buildings; Helen Malcolm QC, 3 Raymond Buildings Greg Mitchell QC, 3 Verulam BuildingsThomas Raphael, 20 Essex Street; Daniel Saoul, 4 New SquareTimothy Scott QC, 29 Bedford Row;Penelope Small, 33 Chancery Lane; Helen Tung, One Temple Avenue Chambers

Moderators: Maura McGowan QC,  Chairman of the Bar Council of England & Wales;Jay Safer, Locke Lord LLP and  Jacqueline Wolff, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, Co-chairs, NYCLA Foreign and International Law Committee


 
















 


 

 



 








 

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