Baltic Exchange & ICS Shipping Lecture Series No 2

Upcoming Lecture

Charter Parties Pitfalls

28 November 2018
18:30 - 20:30

The Baltic Exchange and Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers present the second series of lectures in Shanghai, Singapore, Athens and London; intended to support and develop those working in the shipping industry.

Join a masterclass from the legal experts as they run through recent example cases, highlighting the negotiation pitfalls and examining the point at which arbitration couldhave been avoided.



COST

Free to Baltic and ICS Members
Non-members: €100
(Drinks & Finger food included)

DATE & HOURS
Wednesday 28 November 2018
Arrival Time: 18:15
Lecture: 18:30 - 20:30

SPEAKER
George Lambrou, MICS, FCIArb, Maritime Arbitrator & Consultant Solicitor Advocate, Keystone Law, London 

Mr Lambrou is a Maritime Arbitrator and Consultant Solicitor Advocate (England & Wales) at Keystone Law, London.  His focus is on insurance, energy and maritime dispute resolution where he has over 16 years of practical experience. 
He is also the Co-Director of Training at the European Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators where is a Fellow (FCIArb). He is a Supporting Member of the London Maritime Arbitrators Association (LMAA) and is regularly appointed as an LMAA arbitrator in maritime disputes.
George is one of only very few non-Russian international dispute resolution specialists who speaks Russian fluently and has extensive commercial and legal experience in Russia, Ukraine, Greece, Turkey, and Central Asia. He is also a fluent Greek speaker.  He has degrees from the University of Chicago, Boston College and an LLM in Maritime and International Arbitration law from Queen Mary, University of London. 
He is a Member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers and teaches Legal Principles in Shipping and Shipping Law at the ICS Greek Branch/HMC.

VENUE
ICS Greek Branch, 1 Platonos str., 18535, Piraeus

REGISTRATION
Attendees must register by sumbitting the following form to: helmc@otenet.gr.

Limited seats available. Register by 26 November 2018.