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IBA Europe-Caucasus-Asia Forum 2019

31 Oct - 3 Nov 2019 The Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, Tbilisi, Georgia

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IBA Europe-Caucasus-Asia Forum

31 October - 2 November 2019, Courtyard by Marriott, Tbilisi, Georgia, 


A conference presented by the IBA European Regional Forum

The IBA Europe-Caucasus-Asia Forum, the successor of the famous CIS Local Counsel Forum, will take place this year, with a slightly new look, but the same soul and values we have cherished over a decade.

The Forum will gather managing partners, heads of practice, in-house lawyers, and other senior practitioners coming from, or interested in, the ECA region.

Apart from discussion of cutting-edge issues of the legal market and profession, the event will offer a wonderful cultural and social programme.

Topics include:
  • Legal challenges of investing in Caucasus and Central Asia
  • Navigating investment risks in times of uncertainty: Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova
  • International Clients Service - what does it mean to work with globally active clients?
  • Environment in the legal profession - unfair HR practices
  • How do we foster a more equal, diverse and inclusive legal profession?
  • Burnout of lawyers: something unavoidable?
  • M&A transactions in the ECA region
  • New world - new tax
  • Dispute resolution in the region

Speaker opportunities

If you would like to be considered as a potential speaker at this specialist conference then please contact the IBA ECA Forum Co-Chairs with your request; please send your bio together with information on your qualification and expertise on the topic.

Alexander Bolkvadze
BLC Law Office, Tbilisi
alex.bolkvadze@blc.ge

Jörg Menzer
Noerr, Bucharest; IBA SPPI Vice Chair/Treasurer
joerg.menzer@noerr.com

Maria Ostashenko
JSC ALRUD, Moscow
mostashenko@alrud.com

Lana Sinichkina
Arzinger, Kiev; ECA Liaison Officer, IBA European Regional Forum
lana.sinichkina@arzinger.ua

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