Seb Oram and Mariya Peykova feature in latest issue of ThoughtLeaders4 Disputes Magazine

28th June 2024


3PB Barristers’ (3 Paper Buildings) Seb OramSeb OramCall: 2007 and Mariya PeykovaMariya PeykovaCall: 2013 have contributed to the latest edition of ThoughtLeaders4 Disputes Magazine.

Specialist commercial and construction law barrister Seb Oram is featured in TL4’s popular “60-Seconds With” segment, which offers readers an insight into experts in the field with quick-fire questions on their thoughts around and beyond their work. In his interview, published on page 7, Seb speaks to a range of topics including career anecdotes, trends happening in practice, recommendations and advice, as well as personal goals and aspirations.

Commercial barrister Mariya Peykova’s article, published on pages 8-9 is entitled “The Use of Artificial Intelligence by Businesses – A Double-Edged Sword?” and discusses the implications of using artificial intelligence in day-to-day business dealings, including process automation, customer communication and predictive analytics. In her article, Mariya offers practical tips on the legal framework which businesses need to comply with when adopting AI technologies. Mariya also contributed to ThoughtLeaders4 Disputes Issue 12.

To access ThoughtLeaders4 Disputes Magazine Issue 13, please click here

Seb Oram is a specialist commercial and construction law barrister, taking instruction on areas including arbitration, professional negligence, insolvency, and business entities. Seb regularly advises and represents parties in the resolution of commercial disputes in the Courts of England and Wales, as well as in international arbitrations.

Mariya Peykova is a specialist commercial, public and information law barrister. Mariya regularly advises and appears for business individuals on all types of contractual matters. Mariya regularly undertakes pro bono work through Advocate on cases including discrimination claims and data protection claims.

To contact Seb and Mariya, please email David Fielder and Joe Townsend, or telephone 020 7583 8055.