Due to popular demand, another edition of the Masterclass for Arbitrators will take place in Paris on 18-20 May 2015.
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Following the success of its regional conferences on international arbitration in Miami and Dubai, ICC is preparing to hold its first regional conference in Asia.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) will organize a training focusing on the skills of negotiating and drafting a contract of quality on 20-23 April 2015.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) will hold its 3rd Annual Conference on International Arbitration in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) on 13-15 April 2015.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has opened applications for lawyers, arbitrators, academics and corporate counsel to become a 2015 member of the world business organization’s prestigious Institute of World Business Law.
The ICC Advanced Arbitration Academy for Central and Eastern Europe got underway last week when 41 participants from 14 countries converged in Paris to attend the first of eight workshops set to run over a two-year period at several Eastern European venues.
Are arbitrators free to ascertain the applicable rules of law independently from the parties? Are they bound by the judicial precedents established by the courts of the country in which the law applies?
Following requests, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is launching an advanced training programme in international contracts, to be held in Paris on 7-10 October. Led by a panel of experts, the interactive programme will cover negotiating and drafting key clauses, dispute resolution, and cultural and legal approaches.
A restructured membership programme for ICC’s Institute of World Business Law promises to expand the unique network and attract further involvement from qualified legal practitioners and others interested in the practice, study and development of international business law.
The ICC Institute of World Business Law will hold its annual four-day training programme on international contracts on 3-6 June in Paris.