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.
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ICC has been named an authorised institution under Mainland China-Hong Kong arrangement on interim relief, making ICC Arbitration even more appealing to Chinese parties.
The 4th edition of the ICC Africa Conference on International Arbitration is set to take place in Lagos, Nigeria from 17-19 June. Co-organised by national committee, ICC Nigeria, the annual event aims to create awareness of the strategic importance of arbitration in the dispute resolution process.
As the world’s leading arbitral institution, the work of ICC’s International Court of Arbitration and other Dispute Resolution Services never stops. We’re taking some time out to look back at some of the highlights and developments from last year.
The International Court of Arbitration of the International has released updates to its Note to Parties and Arbitral Tribunals on the Conduct of Arbitration under the ICC Rules of Arbitration, effective 1 January 2019
A special reception commemorating the 60th anniversary of the New York Convention was held at the Daniel Patrick Moynihan Courthouse of the Southern District of New York last month. ICC and UNCITRAL were the co-hosts of the milestone event attended by over 150 members of the international arbitration community in New York City.
Arbitration users have once again recognised the International Court of Arbitration of ICC as their most preferred arbitral institution worldwide, according to a major 2018 International Arbitration Survey.
The 6th edition of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) MENA Conference on International Arbitration is set to take place in Dubai from 6-8 May. As participants from the region and around the world make their way to the much-anticipated event, Linklaters partners Matthew Weiniger and Roland Ziade share their views in this ICC guest blog on the changing arbitration landscape in Dubai and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and key developments.
Since the debut of the ICC MENA Conference on International Arbitration six years ago, we’ve witnessed businesses in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region increasingly turn to arbitration in lieu of legislation to resolve their disputes. As such, the dispute resolution mechanism is making headway in the region and with it comes a community thirsty for expertise addressing more sensitive and challenging matters. That’s why we’ve carefully designed this edition’s conference programme to deliver tailored expertise, multifaceted perspectives and dynamic solutions to those top-line issues that matter most.
John Danilovich, a former US Ambassador and past Chief Executive Officer of the Millennium Challenge Corporation, steps down from his role as Secretary General of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) at the end of April.