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Invitation for indications of interest to speak at Mauritius Congress

Jul 02 2015

The Programme Committee for the 2016 ICCA Congress invites all ICCA Members and other parties to indicate their interest to participate as speakers at the Congress. All indications of interest should be sent to the Chair of the Programme Committee, Andrea Menaker, at .... more

Registration is now open for the ICCA 2016 Mauritius Congress

Jul 01 2015

Taking place in Africa for the first time, the 2016 ICCA Congress in Mauritius is not one you will want to miss. The Congress will be held on 8-11 May 2016. Registration is now open, with several discounts available:10% early bird discount for registrations before 1 Febr .... more

New addition to AV Library: Carolyn Lamm Lecture “Can Process Make Up for Distrust in International Arbitration?”

Jun 29 2015

ICCA is pleased to add the video footage from the inaugural White & Case Arbitration Lecture at the University of Miami, featuring ICCA Governing Board Member Carolyn Lamm, to its Audiovisual Library. In her lecture Ms. Lamm addresses the question “Can Process Make Up f .... 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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