Arbitral institutions and hearing centres

LCIA cases up in pandemic year

Despite the challenges of the pandemic, the LCIA had its highest caseload ever in 2020, with a 10% increase in referrals and an 18% increase in cases under LCIA rules, compared with 2019.

17 May 2021

New VPs and court members for LCIA

To coincide with the release of its annual report, the LCIA has welcomed prominent and diverse practitioners onto the LCIA Court, including 2 new vice presidents, and announced a new president of its European Users Council.

17 May 2021

Hong Kong young group names new leaders

HK45, the young practitioners’ group of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre, has announced three new co-chairs and six new members of its committee.

07 May 2021

Saudi centre unveils new board with leading role for Landau

The Saudi Centre for Commercial Arbitration has a new and diverse board, with half of the members being leading international arbitration specialists from four continents, including Toby Landau QC in a leading role.

23 April 2021

ICC partners with Jus Mundi to publish awards

The ICC has joined forces with legal tech company Jus Mundi to provide free access to publishable ICC awards.

06 April 2021

SCC secretary general steps down to tackle climate change

Annette Magnusson is leaving her role as secretary general of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce after 11 years to co-found a practice addressing climate change.

31 March 2021

Who is sitting at ICSID?

Eight new panels have been formed at ICSID in the past four weeks, including first-time appointments for Jordan’s former prime minister Awn Shawkat Al-Khasawneh and ex-Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler partner Sabina Sacco.

31 March 2021

SIAC looks back on record year

The Singapore International Arbitration Centre has released its case numbers for 2020, which saw its caseload surpass the 1,000-case threshold for the first time.

31 March 2021

A seismic shift towards Asia

Neil Kaplan QC discusses how SIAC’s latest case numbers highlight a growing preference for arbitration in Asia, combined with those of other arbitral institutions in the region.

31 March 2021

ICC brings in Asia and tech experts

The Chief Justice of Singapore, the technology adviser to the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales and an in-house lawyer from Microsoft and Netflix in Korea are the newest members of the ICC's Governing Body for Dispute Resolution Services, reflecting its focus on Asian growth and improved tech capability.

22 March 2021

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