On October 19, 2021, the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform hosted Summit XXI: On the Horizon. Below are the videos of the virtual event.
This panel explored how the pandemic changed the litigation process for good and bad, and what potential pitfalls and litigation threats remain.
The panel included Jeffrey Bucholtz, a partner at King & Spalding; Andrew Clubok, partner at Latham & Watkins; and moderated by Daryl Joseffer, executive vice president and chief counsel for the U.S. Chamber Litigation Center.
This panel of experts reviewed trends and forecasts in the European litigation environment, particularly in the areas of competition and antitrust, data privacy, climate change, and consumer collective actions.
The panel was moderated by Ken Daly, a partner at Sidley Austin, and featured Branda Katan, a partner at Stibbe, and Kenny Henderson, a partner at CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang
The panel explored some of the new business models and legal theories the plaintiffs’ bar uses to expand liability and increase litigation. The panel also discussed the ins and outs of mass arbitration and what litigation threats we can expect during a post-pandemic “return to normal.”
Laura Lazarczyk, executive vice president, chief legal officer & corporate secretary at Zurich North America, moderated the panel. Panelists included Bill Martucci, a partner at Shook Hardy & Bacon; Steve Lehotsky, a partner at Lehotsky Keller; and Stef Zielezienski, executive vice president and chief legal officer at American Property Casualty Insurance Association
October 19, 2021 12:00 pm October 19, 2021 2:15 pm