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16 April 2015: PCA-ICCA Seminar at the Peace Palace

Mar 26 2015

On 16 April, ICCA and the PCA will host a seminar on the subject of “The Practice of Arbitrating in Arab Countries: Avoiding Procedural Pitfalls (with some focus on the UAE)”.   The Seminar will take place at the Peace Palace in the Hague. The speakers will be Ji .... more

2015-2016 Young ICCA - University of Miami Scholarship Competition Now Open

Mar 16 2015

Young ICCA and the University of Miami School of Law are pleased to announce that applications for the 2015-2016 Young ICCA/Miami Law LL.M. Scholarship are now open.  The scholarship covers full tuition and is available to be awarded to an outstanding Young ICCA member t .... more

Discussion draft now available: Joint ICCA-ASIL Task Force on Issue Conflicts in Investor-State Arbitration

Mar 12 2015

In late 2013, the then-Presidents of ASIL and ICCA, Donald Donovan and Jan Paulsson, named a Task Force of experienced arbitration practitioners and scholars to examine the growing phenomenon of challenges to arbitrators in investment cases alleging some form of “issue .... 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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