2020 Offshore webinar series
A fortnightly programme with a rolling schedule, that will be regularly updated with upcoming webinars. All webinars will be held at 11:30 - 12:30 GMT over Zoom.
Wednesday 4 November
Legal considerations: Contracting offshore projects today
Launching the Offshore Webinar Series Paul Dean, HFW’s Global Head of Shipping will chair a panel discussion between HFW Global Heads and experts from our Shipping, Finance, E&R, Construction and Insurance Groups exploring the themes of the offshore market today and implications from a contracting perspective. The expert panel will answer questions submitted in advance and on the day, providing delegates with an opportunity to hear from HFW’s leaders across the offshore sectors. If you have a question you would like answered at the event please email: Jayne Oszywa
Paul Dean, Global head of Shipping
Christopher Cardona, Global Head of Insurance
Elinor Dautlich, Global Head of Finance
Alistair Mackie, Global Head of Energy & Resources
Jean Koh, Partner and Head of Dry Shipping
Richard Booth, Partner, Construction
Wednesday 18 November
Dispute resolution: A guide to the options available in 2020 and 2021
This session will guide you through the various options and opportunities available for resolving offshore disputes, and will give consideration to the advantages and disadvantages of arbitration, the English High Court, mediation (including Early Intervention Mediation), and adjudication.
Nicholas Kazaz, Senior Associate, Shipping and others
Wednesday 2 December
Offshore contracts: Future-proofing your agreements to manage relationships, uncertainty and risk
This webinar will focus on the legal aspects of managing relationships, uncertainty and risk in light of Covid-19 and other unforeseen events.
Alistair Loweth, Senior Associate, Shipping and others
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