From 6-12 February, ADR professionals and students hailing from the four corners of the globe will converge in Paris, France for the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) much-anticipated Mediation Week (ICCMW). The world business organization’s largest educational event of the year welcomes over 550 participants—from students and young professionals to world-renowned mediators and academics— for unparalleled capacity building and knowledge exchange each and every year.
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Resolving commercial disputes efficiently and cost-effectively is an ICC priority, as it advances our purpose to secure peace, prosperity and opportunity for all.
Commencing 2020 on a dispute resolution high note, the International Court of Arbitration (ICC Court) of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has registered its 25,000th case and announced record arbitration figures for 2019.
With so much to look back on over the last year, we’re wrapping up 2019 with 12 notable achievements of our world business organisation.
The Institute of World Business Law, a think-tank of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), celebrated its 40th anniversary on 17 December, following the conclusion of its 39th Annual Conference.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Institute of World Business Law celebrated its seventh laureate of the ICC Institute Prize in Paris on 17 December 2019, during the think-tank’s 40th anniversary. The prestigious award was received by Tobias Lutzi for his thesis on regulating the Internet through private international law.
ICC has published an arbitration practice note relating to the application of a Mainland China-Hong Kong arrangement for mutual assistance in court-ordered interim relief measures, under which ICC has been named an authorised institution.
ICC has published a new toolkit to streamline dispute resolution in relation to climate disputes.
Following the conclusion of the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) 17th edition of the ICC Miami Conference, Juan Garcia and Juliana de Valdenebro Garrido of Hogan Lovells showcase their industry insight on the ways national courts play a role in international commercial arbitration in this guest blog.
Two courts looking for credible third-party legal perspective recently turned to the International Chamber of Chamber (ICC) – underscoring the ICC Court’s standing as the global benchmark for international arbitration standards.