Conference - terms and conditions30th March 2012
LCIA conferences and symposia
Terms and conditions
The following payment methods are accepted:
Bank transfer: please refer to the registration form for bank details
All payments must be made ‘Free of charges to the LCIA’.
The name of the delegate and the conference title must be included in the payment reference
Cheque: made payable to the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA)
Conference registration fees are to be paid in the currency stated on the event registration form (Pounds Sterling, US dollars or Euros).
Credit card: by Visa, Mastercard and Amex (no other cards are accepted). Credit card payments will be charged in the currency of the conference and this cost will be converted to the currency of your credit card by your credit card company.
We take receipt of a completed registration form (whether in hard copy or online) as acceptance of the cancellation terms and conditions as stipulated below and on the registration form.
Written cancellation of a delegate place must be received by the LCIA office before the cancellation deadline date (stipulated on the event registration form) in order for the delegate fee to be refunded. Refunds will be made via the original payment method.
Cancellations relating to conference accommodation bookings are the responsibility of the delegate and must be made direct with the hotel.
The organisers may at any time, with or without giving notice, in their absolute discretion and without giving any reason, cancel or postpone the conference, change its venue or any of the other published particulars, or withdraw any invitation to attend. In any case, neither the organisers nor any of their officers, employees, agents, members or representatives shall be liable for any loss, liability, damage or expense suffered or incurred by any person, nor will they return any money paid to them in connection with the conference unless they are satisfied not only that the money in question remains under their control but also that the person who paid it has been unfairly prejudiced (as to which, decision shall be in their sole and unfettered discretion and, when announced, final and conclusive).