Brazilian arbitration chapter
The English Supreme Court case of Halliburton vs Chubb has highlighted how far arbitrators need to go when disclosing facts relating to their impartiality.
Our seminar will discuss the arbitrators´duty of disclosure from an English and Brazilian law perspective. In doing so, our speakers will visit the perception of impartiality under both legal systems and discuss the cultural differences in convention and acceptable conduct. Further, our panel will analyse the impact of disclosure and impartiality of arbitrators for commercial entities involved in arbitrations.
Time: 15.00 GMT
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Frederico is a Barrister and Arbitrator at Hardwicke Chambers specialising in international trade and investment disputes. He practiced law as a solicitor and in-house lawyer before being called to the bar.
As a native Brazilian he speaks Portuguese (and Spanish), is often involved in Latin American, Iberian and Lusophone disputes and is able to provide quick advice without the need for translations or interpreters. He is specifically sought out for his unique expertise by English, International and foreign firms as well as third-party funders and government.
José Roberto de Castro Neves
José Roberto is a senior partner and founder of Ferro, Castro Neves, Daltro & Gomide Advogados, with offices in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. José Roberto specialises in civil and commercial litigation, commercial, administrative and contract law. He has considerable experience in court proceedings and complex arbitrations.
José Roberto received his master’s degree in law from Cambridge University and both his civil law doctorate (PhD) and his bachelor’s degree in law from the State University of Rio de Janeiro.
Diego G. M. Assef
Diego is a qualified Brazilian lawyer who graduated from the University of Rouen and the Leibniz University in Hanover with a LL.M. Eur. (Master of Laws in French, German and European Law) degree.
Diego is the Head of Global Practice Group Professional Indemnity at a leading German insurer. He counts with vast claims and portfolio management in multi-layered/party complex disputes in civil law jurisdctions.