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Provenio Litigation LLP to attend London International Disputes Week 2024

Provenio Litigation LLP will take part in a specialist forum for leading international disputes boutique law firms at London International Disputes Week 2024 (LIDW2024).

Now in its fifth year, LIDW2024, which runs from 3 - 7 June 2024, is a forward-thinking forum which aims to explore and contribute to the future of international dispute resolution.

With its theme, “Uniting for global challenge and opportunity”, LIDW24 will follow up on last year’s theme “Adapting to a changing world” and look not only at what progress has been made in the dispute resolution world over the last year, but also at what we can expect over the next year and beyond.

The event will feature a combination of a varied technical programme combined with the usual variety of social and networking events to enable participants to share ideas, to make new contacts and connections and to renew old acquaintances.

Commenting on the firm’s attendance at LIDW24, Mark Goodwin, founder and managing partner at Provenio Litigation LLP said:

“London is a global centre for dispute resolution and LIDW24 is an important event in the legal calendar.

“As a firm specialising in high value international dispute resolution, with current cases for clients in the Middle East, the US and across Europe and South America, we are particularly looking forward to taking part in the forum for leading disputes boutiques.”

Provenio Litigation LLP was launched in 2019 by a team of senior lawyers from DLA Piper to advise on high value and complex business litigation. Led by Mark Goodwin (Hall of Fame, Legal 500) the team has decades of experience at DLA Piper and is well placed to support clients across the UK and internationally.

In ranking Provenio in Tier 1 for the fourth year in succession, The Legal 500 2024 said the firm was “an exceptional, client-focused litigation boutique”. Describing Provenio Litigation LLP as “modern and forward thinking” The Legal 500 added that “the team is partner led so clients benefit from senior involvement throughout a case”. In the individual rankings, Mark Goodwin took his annual place in The Legal 500’s Hall of Fame, while Hannah Catterall and Emma Charnock were both named as Next Generation Partners.


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