How new safety car protocols could make Formula 1® safer
Published 14 November 2014 By: Johnny Champion
With one more race to go, it is safe to say that the 2014 FIA Formula One World Championship season has seen its fair share of wheel to wheel racing and excitement.
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Johnny Champion is an associate in Stephenson Harwood LLP’s dispute resolution team where he provides advice primarily in relation to contentious and regulatory matters to banks, corporates and high net worth individuals in relation to a range of matters involving arbitration and litigation. He has particular experience in finance litigation, contractual and multi-jurisdictional disputes, and aviation disputes.