New members join ICC Court
Six new members were appointed to the International Court of Arbitration at the recent meeting of the ICC World Council.
The ICC International Court of Arbitration welcomes six new members to its ranks, following appointments made by the ICC World Council at its meeting in Doha on 21 April 2013.
- Mr Máximo Luis BOMCHIL has been appointed member and Mr José A. MARTÍNEZ DE HOZ alternate member, both for Argentina;
- Mrs Selma Maria FERREIRA LEMES has been appointed member and Mr João Bosco LEE alternate member, both for Brazil;
- Mr Byung-Chol (BC) YOON has been appointed alternate member for Korea; and
- Mr Andrey LOBODA has been appointed alternate member for Russia.
These new appointments bring the total number of Court members to 133, from 85 countries and territories.
The broad range of legal, cultural, linguistic and professional traditions represented with the ICC Court makes it perfectly equipped to handle a highly diverse and truly international caseload. In 2012, 2036 parties from 137 countries and territories were involved in the cases submitted to ICC.
The International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce is the arbitration body of the ICC. It does not itself resolve the dispute. It administers the resolution of disputes by arbitral tribunals, in accordance with the ICC Rules of Arbitration and the Court is the only body authorized to administer arbitrations under the ICC Rules of Arbitration.
The full list of Court members is here