Allen & Overy set to present client seminar on contracting with foreign states
Allen & Overy will be presenting a client seminar on 10 December called ‘Contracting with foreign states or state-owned entities: what are the risks and how can they be managed?’
The seminar will explore issues of capacity, sovereign immunity, stabilisation provisions and available dispute resolution mechanisms to consider at the time of structuring the investment and/or entering into a contract.
It will also look at the key strategic considerations that investors commonly face after a dispute has arisen.
The seminar will commence at 12.30pm at One Bishops Square, London, E1 6AD. It qualifies for one accredited CPD point.
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