Keep up to date with latest arbitration developments in the region through topical discussions with top class speakers.
Learn first-hand about the latest developments and best practices in serving as an international arbitrator.
Topics covered will include a study of ICC cases, the impact of applicable provisions and legal traditions, defining reasonableness, and cost orders as a case management tool.
Gain insight into the latest third-parties funding techniques, the range of legal issues raised and the potential reactions of international arbitration practitioners.
This latest Bulletin Supplement is an invaluable resource for practitioners enforcing arbitral awards in different parts of the world.
ICC Arbitration is a flexible and efficient dispute resolution procedure leading to binding and final decisions subject to enforcement worldwide.
ADR is a non-jurisdictional procedure whereby an independent neutral assists parties with settling commercial disputes in an amicable manner.
The ICC International Centre for Expertise confirms or appoints experts who make independent assessments on any subject relevant to business transactions.
ICC Dispute Boards are independent bodies designed to help resolve disputes when they arise during the performance of a contract.
ICC’s Dispute Resolution Services are particularly well suited to the resolution of disputes that have a commercial or international character.
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