Derivatives Disputes

Trends, Recent Case Law and Documentation Initiatives

Thursday, November 14, 2019
London

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Thursday, November 14, 2019

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8:15 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00 AM Introduction and Welcoming Remarks Peter Werner

Peter Werner, Senior Counsel, ISDA

9:10 AM ISDA’s work on Dispute Resolution Peter Werner

This session will provide an introduction into the work that ISDA has undertaken in dispute resolution. It will also provide the background for the other sessions later in the day.

Peter Werner, Senior Counsel, ISDA

9:30 AM The 2018 ISDA Arbitration Guide: What does it aim at and what does it cover? James Freeman

This session will consider the 2018 ISDA Arbitration Guide. Speakers will provide an overview of the Guide as well as focus on differences between the 2013 and the 2018 Guides. Issues for discussion will range from multiparty proceedings, optional forum clauses, expedited proceedings and confidentiality to disclosure, interim relief and appeal.

James Freeman, Partner, Allen & Overy LLP

10:30 AM Morning Break

10:45 AM The ISDA Choice of Court and Governing Law Guide: What does it aim at and what does it cover? Stephen Lacey, Patrick Robinson

This session will consider the types of model clauses provided; the extension of the choice of governing law provisions; the definition of “proceedings” as well as the effect of Brexit on dispute forum clauses.

Stephen Lacey, Counsel Professional Support Lawyer, Linklaters LLP
Patrick Robinson, Partner, Linklaters LLP

11:45 AM Managing Risk when Contracting with Sovereigns Sarah Garvey

Sarah Garvey, Counsel, Allen & Overy LLP

12:30 PM Luncheon

1:30 PM Trends in Case Law and Dispute Resolution: Mediation Habib Motani

This session will provide an update on current trends in judicial cases relating to derivatives disputes. It will also consider trends in the use of alternative dispute resolution in derivatives disputes, including arbitration and mediation. This session will also consider the recent Singapore Convention on Mediation and whether this convention would encourage the use of mediation for such disputes.

Habib Motani, Consultant, Clifford Chance LLP

2:00 PM New issues affecting Derivatives Disputes in the future: Technology & Digital assets Ciarán McGonagle, Stephen Baker, Declan McKeever

This session will consider the impact of new technology upon derivatives transactions, the types of new issues and disputes that might arise and how these disputes might be resolved. In particular, this session will focus on the development of digital assets, taking into account industry efforts to provide greater clarity on the legal and regulatory characterization of these assets.

Moderator: Ciarán McGonagle, Assistant General Counsel, ISDA
Stephen Baker, Partner, White & Case LLP
Declan McKeever, Executive Director & Assistant General Counsel, JP Morgan Chase & Co

Additional Speakers to be Announced.

3:00 PM Is there anything special about Financial Disputes? Enforcement and Expert Witnesses Jonathon Caunt, Jennifer Choi, Jeff Golden, Rick Grove

The panelists on this session will provide insights on the nature of financial disputes and the unique considerations which market participants should take into account. In particular, this session considers the role of expert witnesses in such disputes and also how enforcement considerations may influence the choice of dispute resolution.

Jonathon Caunt, Senior Associate, Clifford Chance LLP
Jennifer Choi, Senior Legal Counsel, Dispute Resolution, Standard Chartered Bank
Jeff Golden, Joint Head of Chambers, 3 Hare Court
Rick Grove, Partner and Chief Executive Officer, Rutter Associates LLC

4:00 PM Afternoon Break

4:15 PM Discussion on recent Domestic and International litigation in the OTC Derivatives Market Massimiliano Danusso, Simon Firth

This session will cover various cases from the courts and tribunals across different regions.

Massimiliano Danusso, Managing Partner London Office, BonelliErede
Simon Firth, Partner, Linklaters LLP

5:00 PM Conference Concludes

Agenda is subject to change.

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Stephen Baker

Partner

White & Case LLP

WhiteCase

Jonathon Caunt

Senior Associate

Clifford Chance LLP

Jennifer Choi

Senior Legal Counsel, Dispute Resolution

Standard Chartered Bank

StanChart

Massimiliano Danusso

Managing Partner London Office

BonelliErede

Simon Firth

Partner

Linklaters LLP

LinklatersLLP

James Freeman

Partner

Allen & Overy LLP

@allenovery

Sarah Garvey

Counsel

Allen & Overy LLP

AllenOvery

Jeff Golden

Joint Head of Chambers

3 Hare Court

Rick Grove

Partner and Chief Executive Officer

Rutter Associates LLC

Stephen Lacey

Counsel Professional Support Lawyer

Linklaters LLP

LinklatersLLP

Ciarán McGonagle

Assistant General Counsel

ISDA

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Declan McKeever

Executive Director & Assistant General Counsel

JP Morgan Chase & Co

jpmorgan

Habib Motani

Consultant

Clifford Chance LLP

Clifford_Chance

Patrick Robinson

Partner

Linklaters LLP

LinklatersLLP

Peter Werner

Senior Counsel

ISDA

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Member $850 U.S.

Non-Member $975 U.S.

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Intermediate

Basic knowledge of derivatives documentation is beneficial but not mandatory. Some knowledge of financial markets is assumed. No advance preparation is required.

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  • CLE

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