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Over 5,000 hard copies of ICCA's Guide to the New York Convention distributed worldwide

May 26 2015

To date, ICCA’s Guide to the Interpretation to the 1958 New York Convention has been translated into 13 different languages, with 3 more translations scheduled for the coming months. In keeping with the original intent of the Guide, over 5000 hard copies of the various tran .... more

ICCA's Guide to the Interpretation of the 1958 New York Convention to be presented in Buenos Aires

May 06 2015

On 19 May ICCA's Guide to the Interpretation of the 1958 New York Convention will be presented by ICCA Governing Board Member Professor Guido Santiago Tawil during a conference on the New York Convention at the University of Buenos Aires. Click here for more informa .... more

ICCA Members invited to attend meeting of ICCA's Users Committee

Apr 29 2015

ICCA Members are cordially invited to attend a meeting of ICCA’s Interest Group for Users (including corporate counsel) on Tuesday 12 May, 14:00 - 16:00 at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC). The meeting will be chaired by William Slate II and will consi .... more



Recent Articles

Nael Bunni, "Dispute Board in the Middle East" (DRBF Conference, Paris, 3-4 May 2013) by Prof. Dr. Nael G. Bunni (Dublin, Ireland)
From their beginning, the pioneering Conditions of Contract issued by FIDIC in 1957 andlater editions up to 1992 provided an important source for contract conditions for civil and mechanical engineering projects in the Middle East. ...
Neil Kaplan, "If It Ain't Broke, Don't Change It", 80 Arbitration 2 (2014) Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. pp 172-175 by Mr. Neil Kaplan, CBE, QC, SBS (Hong Kong/United Kingdom)
Newest is not always best. This article raises the issue as to whether in international arbitration we have gone too far in relying upon written submissions and the belief that all has been read and understood by the tribunal. A compromise between the two extremes is investigated.



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