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After publishing new rules last year, the British Virgin Islands' International Arbitration Centre has announced a new 22-member arbitration committee presided over by Caribbean arbitrator and mediator Shan Greer and with members from different regions of the globe.
06 May 2022
The Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration has published its first annual report, revealing that it accepted over 7,000 cases last year, including 345 foreign-related cases with nearly 20 billion renminbi in dispute and 28 where both parties were from overseas.
22 April 2022
The High Court in London has struck out a “profoundly misconceived” litigation against the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and asked the UK Attorney General to consider seeking an indefinite restraining order against the claimant.
12 April 2022
Albert Jan van den Berg has spoken about how a crash on his e-bike raised his awareness of the challenges of disability, which he is now seeking to highlight in the international arbitration community.
07 April 2022
UPDATED. The Dubai International Arbitration Centre and London Court of International Court of Arbitration have reached a deal whereby the LCIA will administer all existing cases under DIFC-LCIA rules from London, after a decree issued by the government of Dubai six months ago effectively abolished the DIFC-LCIA Arbitration Centre.
28 March 2022
Ten years after its launch – and almost 200 cases later – Thomas Kendra of Hogan Lovells in Paris, a member of the Kigali International Arbitration Centre's board, looks at the development of the centre, focusing on the challenges it has faced and efforts it has made to overcome them, and considers what the future holds.
25 March 2022
Member states of ICSID have approved long-awaited amendments to the centre’s rules for investment disputes, which promise to increase access, speed and transparency.
22 March 2022
GAR looks at the ongoing chaos in Dubai caused by a shock decree six months ago that effectively abolished the DIFC-LCIA Arbitration Centre in a bid to make DIAC the principal arbitral provider in the emirate.
19 March 2022
The Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce says the coronavirus pandemic has led to a 26% drop in the number of new cases it took on last year, while nearly half of the arbitrators appointed by its board were women.
11 March 2022
The Dubai International Arbitration Centre has issued new rules and named the members of its new arbitration court, in the wake of a shock decree that makes it the principal arbitral institution in the emirate.
07 March 2022
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