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Alan Thambiayah, Vice-Chair of the ICC Institute of World Business Law and independent arbitrator with the Arbitration Chambers in Singapore, shares his reasons for joining the world business organization’s global think tank and how he is working with the Presidency to champion its forward-looking agenda.
The ICC Institute of World Business Law awarded the 2021 ICC Institute Prize to Brooke Marshall on 29 November for her thesis on “Asymmetric jurisdiction clauses”.
Melida Hodgson, Vice-Chair of the ICC Institute of World Business Law and a partner at Jenner & Block in New York, shares her journey to and within the global think tank and how she aims to support the new Chairmanship in ensuring the Institute remains a driver of world business law excellence.
The Institute of World Business Law – ICC’s global think-tank providing research, training and information to the legal profession concerned with the development of international business law – has announced seven new additions to its Council, operating under the leadership of Institute Chair Eduardo Silva Romero
Eduardo Silva Romero, Co-Chair of Dechert’s International Arbitration Global Practice, was elected as Chair of the ICC Institute of World Business Law last year. Having stepped into his role officially in January, he has an ambitious agenda for the global think-tank. We sat down with Mr Silva Romero to learn about his plans to prioritise diversity and expand the focus of the Institute to ensure it remains a driver of world business law excellence.
The first-ever digital 18th ICC Miami Conference on International Arbitration concluded on Friday, following a four-day event that united close to 400 practising lawyers, arbitrators, mediators, corporate counsel and academics from 40 countries.
The State of Sao Paulo, Brazil, has identified the Sao Paulo office of the Secretariat of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce, known as SCIAB, as a registered institution.
Resolving commercial disputes efficiently and cost-effectively is an ICC priority, as it advances our purpose to secure peace, prosperity and opportunity for all.