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Crowell & Moring partner Randa Adra has teamed up with lawyers at four other firms to launch a new group that aims to promote and support US-based arbitration practitioners with links to the Arab world.
02 March 2023
Catherine Amirfar and Annette Magnusson are to chair a high-level ICCA panel that will develop and promote a draft annex on conciliation of disputes for the Paris Agreement and its parent treaty, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
24 February 2023
The Paris Very Young Arbitration Practitioners group (PVYAP) has appointed four new co-chairs to its steering committee – Nil Daver, Florian Renaux, Ernest Morales Tonda and Karim Zein.
08 December 2022
Twenty-two law firms have formed an association to support lawyers advising clients on human rights issues relating to their business, including by promoting arbitration as a means of resolving human rights disputes.
29 November 2022
The recent ICCA Congress in Edinburgh showcased the work of Young ICCA in a number of ways, including through an innovative "shark tank" in which five young practitioners were given up to five minutes each to pitch what they considered to be the most significant decision in international commercial arbitration since the last ICCA Congress in Sydney in 2018.
21 October 2022
The Madrid International Arbitration Center, or CIAM, has elected leading Spanish arbitrator José María Alonso as its new president, following the dramatic resignation of its inaugural president José Antonio Caínzos.
20 October 2022
A tech start-up founded by former Arnold & Porter partner Dmitri Evseev is preparing to launch a social media network for arbitration practitioners, with a raft of features that he hopes will revolutionise networking in the field.
13 October 2022
A pledge to increase the number of women appearing as expert witnesses in disputes has reached over 500 signatories, as a steering committee is formed for the initiative.
11 October 2022
Arbitral bodies in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg have launched a new group to promote collaboration and boost their visibility, as they explore the possibility of uniform legislation for international arbitrations seated in the Benelux region.
10 October 2022
A session on ISDS reform at the ICCA Congress heard criticism of plans for a multilateral investment court and shed light on recent discussions at UNCITRAL, including a “rebellion” by some developed states against a proposal to curb double hatting.
26 September 2022
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