Location The Brewery, 52 Chiswell Street, London, EC1Y 4SD
At a glance
Following the success of our litigation and arbitration summits, Legal Business is pleased to unveil our inaugural Financial Services Regulation & Disputes Summit in February 2019. This day-long discussion and networking event brings together leading disputes specialists from private practice, the judiciary, regulators and in-house legal departments at financial services companies.
Supported by our distinguished law firm and chambers sponsors, including headline sponsor White & Case, the summit will gather more than 100 senior speakers and guests for a best-in-class event from Legalease, one of the world’s top legal publishers.
Speakers and contributors
Specialists already lined up to take part in the event include:
- Mark Steward, director of enforcement and market oversight, FCA
- Mr Justice Snowden, High Court Chancery Division
- Ronnie Barnes, principal, Cornerstone Research
- Paula Barrett, partner, Eversheds Sutherland
- Chris Brennan, partner, White & Case
- Ewan Brown, partner, Slaughter and May
- Susy Bullock, head of EMEA litigation, UBS
- Chris Busby, partner, Eversheds Sutherland
- Robert Coffey, managing partner, Cooke, Young & Keidan
- Carlos Conceicao, Clifford Chance
- Jeremy Cousins QC, Radcliffe Chambers
- Lawrence Domingo, director and litigation counsel, Citi
- Laura Durrant, partner, White & Case
- Mark Fell, Radcliffe Chambers
- James Hall, Hardwicke Chambers
- Natasha Harrison, managing partner – London, Boies Schiller Flexner
- Javan Herberg QC, Blackstone Chambers
- Louise Hodges, partner, Kingsley Napley
- Daniel Ison, director (litigation, investigations and enforcement), Barclays Bank
- Edmund King QC, Essex Court Chambers
- Joseph Longo, general counsel and managing director, Deutsche Bank
- Helen Marshall, partner, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld
- Jake McQuitty, partner, Eversheds Sutherland
- John Reynolds, partner, White & Case
- Christopher Robinson, partner, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
- Philip Rubens, partner, Teacher Stern
- Dr Adam Sanitt, head of disputes knowledge, innovation and business support, Norton Rose Fulbright
- Andrew Savage, partner, Watson Farley & Williams
- Gus Sellitto, Byfield Consultancy
- James Sheehan, Essex Court Chambers
- Sonia Tolaney QC, One Essex Court
- Daniel Toledano QC, One Essex Court
- Lucy Tolond, partner, BLM
- David Wolfson QC, One Essex Court
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