By Anneliese Day QC
In arbitrations and other forms of dispute resolution, the use of Expert Witnesses can be critical to the eventual success of a party. However, if not used properly and effectively Experts can sometimes have a negative impact on a party’s case, both as regards outcome and costs. The reality is that Experts need to be used effectively, and in this seminar, Anneliese will give her thoughts on how this can be best achieved.
Anneliese’s principal areas of practice are in commercial disputes focused around professional liability, energy and natural resources, construction, and insurance, acting in very high-value cases both domestic and international. Anneliese was named as Construction Silk of the Year at the 2014 Chambers Bar Awards and is listed in Debretts as ‘a leader in her field’ and one of Britain’s 500 most influential people due to her “extraordinary Talent, eloquency and ability to explain complex issues to lay clients”. In addition to her extensive domestic practice, she is called to the Bar of Northern Ireland and is a registered advocate with the SICC and the DIFC. Anneliese has also advised and appeared in courts and tribunals in Singapore, the Middle East, Cayman Islands, Trinidad & Tobago, Hong Kong, Thailand, France, Germany, Ireland, USA and Turkey.
Advanced booking is essential. Please email the Honorary Secretary, Leigh Herd, at CIARBS@shepwedd.com with your completed booking form, and your place will be confirmed.