About the Event
Climate Change Series: What Lawyers need to know (4): Dispute Resolution Trends and Insights
This fourth session in the series provides an overview of trends and insights in domestic and international climate change dispute resolution.
Presenters Jenny Cooper QC, Daniel Kalderimis and Nicola Swan cover international and domestic climate change-related litigation and arbitration brought to date against governments and corporate entities, including claims in judicial review, tort, corporate and commercial law; Treaty-based and indigenous rights claims; regulatory actions and investigations regarding climate change; and climate change-related commercial and investor-state arbitration.
Gain an overview of trends and insights in domestic and international climate change dispute resolution, in relation to:
- Judicial review, public law and human rights claims filed against governments
- Tort-based and other damages claims filed against corporate actors
- Corporate and commercial law claims involving climate change (including shareholder and investors’ claims asserting a failure to disclose climate risk, and/or misleading or deceptive conduct)
- Regulatory actions and investigations regarding climate change
- Climate change-related commercial and investor-state arbitration, including the recommendations of the 2019 ICC Task Force Report on Arbitration of Climate Related Disputes
- Treaty-based and indigenous rights claims
Who should view?
Corporate lawyers and inhouse counsel managing risk, public law and human rights specialists, as well as dispute resolution lawyers.
Feedback from previous attendees:
- Great seminar - excellent content and well delivered
- Very well organised. Clear presentation. Seamless switch between presenters. Well done.
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