Arbitration

ICC Court case management team begins operations in Singapore

Singapore

The Ministry of Law and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) today announce that the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce has officially inaugurated its new case management office in Singapore – an endeavor made possible via a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) between ICC and the Singapore Ministry of Law signed in June 2017.

Guest blog: International arbitration and the rise of innovative tech

cybersecurity

The second edition of the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) European Conference on international arbitration is underway in Paris today. As the arbitration community gathers for the kick-off event of Paris Arbitration Week, Linklaters partners, Pierre Duprey and Roland Ziadé give us their inside take on one of the conference’s much-anticipated panels—Tomorrowland: Artificial intelligence, smart contracts, blockchain and the end of arbitration as we know it—in this guest blog for ICC.

ICC Dispute Resolution highlights in 2017

ICC Arbitration 2017

It’s been another year of expansion and progress for the International Court of Arbitration. As we head to the end of the year, we’re taking a look back at the last 12 months of dispute resolution activities and events.

ICC Court bolsters North American presence with NYIAC MoU

ICC Court bolsters North American presence with NYIAC MoU

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the New York International Arbitration Center (NYIAC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that aims to benefit the global dispute resolution community and reaffirm the Court’s commitment to North America, a region which has seen a marked rise in users following the 2014 establishment of an ICC case management office in New York.

Guest blog: Adopting a compliance approach to fight corruption, protect investments

Guest blog: Adopting a compliance approach to fight corruption, protect investments

With the 15th annual International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) Miami Conference quickly approaching, we are spotlighting some of the programme’s top-line issues slated for discussion. Here to outline their stance on the matter of compliance in arbitration are Linklaters Head of Latin American Arbitration Christian Albanesi and United States Head of Litigation and Government Investigations Adam Lurie.