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Hello Hari,

There are no mistakes, just inconsistency in the level of formality.

'in case' is better used in an informal context: In case she calls you, will you ....?

'in the event' is quite a formal expression and therefore more suitable for the other sentence: In the event (that) there is a conflict of interest, a neutral party will be assigned.

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