Volume 24 No. 2 of the Bulletin of the Court

  • Paris, 23 January 2014

The latest issue of the ICC International Court of Arbitration Bulletin focusing on mediation and construction is available in the ICC Dispute Resolution Library and from the ICC Bookstore.


This issue marks the introduction of the new ICC Mediation Rules with a special feature on mediation, including articles describing the growing importance of mediation seen through the eyes of in-house counsel and a practising mediator.

Readers will also find in this issue extracts from five previously unpublished awards on questions arising in construction disputes, including in relation to FIDIC conditions of contract.

Table of Contents:

  • Introductory Note
  • The New ICC Mediation Rules
  • Does Business Need Mediation? By Abhijit Mukhopadhyay and Kai-Uwe Karl.
  • From Novelty to Necessity: Developments in Mediation in English Law and Practice and their Impact on Construction Disputes. By Rosemary Jackson QC.
  • Why are Dispute Boards Not More Widely Used in France? By Eric Borysewicz.
  • International Construction Contract Disputes: Fourth Commentary on ICC Awards Dealing Primarily with FIDIC Contracts. By Christopher R. Seppälä.
  • Extracts from ICC Arbitral Awards in International Construction Disputes
  • Books Received

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