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Preparing your company for dispute resolution

Date: 17 November 2020, 11:00 - 12:00

Join our legal experts for online practical advice to help companies prepare for and manage litigation risk.

Event Details

DWF invites you to two webinars which will provide practical advice to company Boards of Directors and in-house counsel to prepare for and manage litigation risk. Partners Slava Kiryushin and James Fox and Associate Joshua Coleman-Pecha, all from our Dubai office, will present on a range of topics as well as taking questions from the audience.



Following on from Session 1, we will explore the way that in-house teams and external counsel can collaborate in order to resolve disputes in a cost-effective manner. The session will explore practical tips on in-house project management, navigating expert selection, working with experts and what steps can be taken to ensure that external counsel are not "wasting time".

Pre-submitted questions

If you would like to pre-submit any questions for either session please email Joshua Coleman-Pecha, Associate.


Slava Kiryushin, Partner, DWF

James Fox, Partner, DWF

Joshua Coleman-Pecha, Associate, DWF


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