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January 2019
London, UK

Funds Disputes & Partnership Law Forum

The only European conference delving deeper into the developing areas of private equity, hedge funds and asset management funds disputes both onshore and offshore

Our high profile panel of speakers are at the forefront of innovation in funds disputes. Benefit from their wealth of international experience and expertise.

Thank you to all those who attended in 2018!

We're still putting the 2019 programme together - if you'd like to know as soon as it's ready then please register your interest by downloading last year's brochure.


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Why attend the Funds Disputes event?

What to expect:
  • This conference will take a comprehensive look at the challenges faced by the industry and allow you to obtain expert knowledge on how to tackle these challenges

  • The entire conference will be held under Chatham House Rule, allowing for an open and balanced discussion

  • A diverse speaking faculty of pan-European experts

What topics will we address?
  • Insolvent funds 
  • Fraud & corruption: the developing risks of criminal and civil liability
  • Partner issues: 
    • Planning for and managing exits 
    • Privilege and rights to information
  • Suing fund directors and service providers
Who you will meet:
  • In-house counsel from: 
    • Private equity firms
    • Wealth management and private banks 
  • Leading commercial dispute resolution and commercial litigation lawyers in private practice
  • Senior managers and advisers from companies dealing in the sector

INTRODUCING THE DYNAMIC DUO OF JOHN AND JAMES, OUR DISTINGUISHED CHAIRS FOR THE DAY!


This timely and thought provoking programme has been developed in consultation with leading partnership barristers from Serle Court:

John Machell QC, Serle Court - "Highly regarded silk who is renowned as an authority on LLPs"
James Mather, Barrister, Serle Court - "An exceptionally bright rising star of the Chancery Bar”