After a successful talk with Mr Gerard Forlin, Queen’s Counsel, who shared his views with EuroCham Members on International Regulatory Trends, the UK Bribery Act and recent anti-corruption regulations of the European Commission, EuroCham has arranged another Breakfast Talk where Mr Forlin will cover some of the same topics and he will also share his broad knowledge on topics related to health, safety and environmental trends in the European Union, the UK and the Asia Pacific region.
The speaker: Mr. Gerard Forlin QC
Gerard Forlin was educated at Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge, and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). He was called to the Bar by Lincoln’s Inn and appointed Queen’s Counsel (QC) in 2010 in both Civil and Criminal Law. He has consulted, lectured and practiced in over 35 countries and has been involved in over 300 fatality cases.
Mr Forlin’s areas of expertise in which he acts globally, include the following:
Regulatory, specialising in health and safety and corporate and gross negligence manslaughter, disaster litigation, aviation railways, shipping safety, diving, oil and gas, environmental crime, construction, professional discipline, public inquiries, fraud, regulatory offences, product liability, healthcare, commercial fishing (EU), consumer crime, licensing, corruption and bribery, waste offences, human rights and inquests.
He has recently been appointed to an International Mediation and Arbitration panel of 14 worldwide Members for the Royal Aeronautical Society. There are only two QC’s on this global panel.
09:00 am Registration
09:10 am Presentation by Mr. Gerard Forlin Queen’s Counsel and Q & A
10:20 am Tea, coffee and biscuits & Networking
10:30 am End