Elizabeth Chan will participate in the upcoming webinar “Session II: Yes or no: the global SARS-COVID-19 pandemic should have no impact on the valuation of expropriations that occurred before 2020?” as part of the Fifteenth Annual Investment Treaty Arbitration: A Debate & Discussion. The session, which will take place on Thursday, 13 May at 10:30 am – 12:00 pm ET, will take the form of a debate, followed by comments from commentators. Elizabeth will act as one of the two debaters, arguing the “no” side, that the global SARS-COVID-19 pandemic should have no impact on the valuation of expropriations that occurred before 2020.
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ABOUT ELIZABETH CHAN
Elizabeth, an associate in the London office, specialises in international commercial and international investment treaty arbitration. She has represented both investors and States across various jurisdictions and has practised international arbitration in London, New York, and Hong Kong.
Elizabeth holds roles in several organisations focused on gender diversity, thought leadership in dispute resolution and prevention, and Asia, including as a Committee member of the Asia-Pacific Forum on International Arbitration, a member of the Equal Representation in Arbitration Pledge’s Young Practitioners Subcommittee, and Secretary to the European Advisory Board for the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution.« Back