MR. TODD WEILER: Good morning everyone or good afternoon for people in Europe. Welcome to Juris’ 14th annual conference on investment treaty law and arbitration. This year’s topic is evidence of systemic reform, true or false. Our host is Juris Conferences, which is part of Juris, a leading publisher provider of arbitration and dispute resolution information, which has hosted over 100 conferences of the in-person variety across the world over a number of years. This is one of the two first forays for Juris into the virtual conference space, this is now our second week of our four-part conference as well. And then there’s also another one going on with the annual leading arbitrators’ symposium, which will continue after we’re finished. So, today, our topic is the question of so called double-hatting. And the debaters that we have assembled, will take a positive and a negative approach to the question. And then we have a panel of experts, experienced lawyers, who will discuss the contents of the papers and the topic generally. And just as a small advertisement next week, June 9, Meriam Al-Rashid of Eversheds Sutherland will moderate a panel that she staffed on the question of whether ICSID is on the right track thanks to ICSID and UNCITRAL reform efforts currently underway. And then finally, on June 16, Skaddens’ Tim Nelson was a longtime supporter of our conference will moderate a panel organized by Miriam Harwood of Squire Patton Boggs, on whether security for costs should be mandated for investor state arbitration.