ICC has announced changes to the constitution of the ICC Belt and Road Commission aiming to focus on the full range of Belt and Road dispute resolution related issues, particularly relating to China. The announcement was made by President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration Claudia Salomon during the ICC Asia-Pacific Conference on International Arbitration.
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With the 6th edition of ICC Africa Conference on International Arbitration currently underway in Lagos, Rumbidzai Maweni, an associate in Foley Hoag’s international litigation and arbitration department, looks at why African States should increasingly incorporate environmental provisions in their international investment agreements (IIAs).
The ICC Africa Commission is proud to announce the 2022 cohort of ICC Hold the Door Open scholars, composed of aspiring arbitration practitioners from 14 African countries.
The International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC Court) has registered its 27,000th case, having announced record arbitration figures for 2021 earlier this year.
ICC has submitted an amicus curiae brief to provide guidance to the United States Supreme Court regarding a decision it will take that may lead to policy and practical implications on the conduct of international arbitrations worldwide.
Preliminary 2021 statistics released today by ICC Dispute Resolution Services reveal a great demand for ICC Arbitration and ADR as well as a steep rise of amounts in dispute in new cases.
We’re wrapping up another ground-breaking year in dispute resolution with a look back at our key achievements – from being named the world’s preferred arbitral institution to taking new diversity and inclusion initiatives.
ICC has paid tribute to Prof. J. Martin Hunter, former Member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration (1988-90), who passed away on 9 October 2021.
Carita Wallgren-Lindholm, Chair of the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR has announced she will not seek to renew her mandate for a further term.
The ICC International Court of Arbitration has submitted an amicus curiae brief to provide guidance to the Supreme Court of the United States regarding a decision it will take that may lead to policy and practical implications on the conduct of international arbitrations worldwide.