Allen & Overy lawyers are set to speak at the University of Litigation
The University of Litigation is set to be run from 28 April to 2 May 2014, with attendees expected from the Bank of New York Mellon, Samsung Electronics (UK), RBS Legal, Lloyds Banking Group, GE Money Home Lending, Bank Pekao, Bank Austria and AXA Investment Managers.
Allen & Overy attendees will travel from Perth, Hong Kong, Moscow, Paris, Milan, Frankfurt and Budapest to train the 35 attendees.
Speakers from Allen & Overy include: Jenny Mayland; Mark Ridgway; Helen Lightfoot; Andrew Rhys Davies; Erwan Poisson; Marc Florent; Helen Cowley; Mahmood Lone; David Esseks; Todd Fishman; Ignacio Madalena; James Freeman; Kate Davies; Rishab Gupta; Edward Clough; Emilie Gonin; Philip Annett; Sarah Hitchins; Sarah Garvey; Karen Birch; Maeve Hanna; Jason Rix; Katie Coltart; Amilcare Sada; René Galle; Jade Wong; Laura Brierly; Javier Castresana; Jeff Sullivan; Martin Barr; Nigel Parker; Steven Baldwin; Joanna Page; James Lockwood; Juliet de Pencier; Rainer Evers; Leigh Missig; Oliver Rule; Vince Neicho; John Francis; and Carly Hacking.
External speakers include Kate Jackson (commercial mediator) and David Emmett (the City Law School).
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