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Art disputes and mediation

12 Oct 2022 1200 - 1330 BST

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A webinar co-presented by the IBA Art, Cultural Institutions and Heritage Law Committee and the IBA Mediation Committee and supported by the IBA Corporate Counsel Forum

Parting from a typical art law dispute case, the panellists will discuss practical tips and tricks on topics such as:

  • First contact with a potential mediator
  • Confidentiality covering exhibits
  • Presentation of a case to the mediator
  • Best preparation for the parties
  • Risk analysis
  • Cultural biases
  • Attorneys' role
  • Drafting of a settlement
  • Enforcement and online mediation

Fees

  Prices in GBP + UK VAT @ 20%, where applicable:

IBA member

Free

Non members

£45

Certificate of Attendance

Certificates of attendance for each session will be provided, automatically, to all delegates who have registered in advance and attended the live broadcast for a minimum of 30 minutes based on verified sign-in and sign-out times. Certificates can only be issued to the name provided at the time of registration. If you have any queries relating to your Certificate of Attendance, please email webinars@int-bar.org

Co-Moderator
Anne-Sophie Nardon

Co-Moderator
Borghese Associes, Paris, France; Co-Chair, Art, Cultural Institutions and Heritage Law Committee

Martin Hauser

Co-Moderator
Martin Hauser Mediation, Munich, Germany; Co-Chair, Mediation Committee

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Confirmed speakers
Kamala Naganand

Speaker
Aarna law, Bangalore, India; Vice Chair, Art, Cultural Institutions and Heritage Law Committee

Mary Walker

Speaker
Barrister, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; Member, Mediation Committee Advisory Board

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Nicholas O'Donnell

Speaker
Sullivan & Worcester, Boston, Massachusetts, USA; Co-Chair, Art, Cultural Institutions and Heritage Law Committee

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Shreyas Jayasimha

Speaker
Aarna Law, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India; Secretary-Treasurer, Mediation Committee