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A highlight of China Arbitration Week, this year's China Arbitration Summit and Belt and Road Arbitration Institutions Forum affirmed China’s commitment to arbitration and particularly to strengthening international cooperation to develop talent and harmonise practice. Melody Chan, partner at White & Case in Hong Kong, and associates Philip Tan and Clemency Wang in Singapore, report.
04 October 2021
Three Crowns senior associate Maanas Jain has been elected as a co-chair of the International Council for Commercial Arbitration’s youth network until 2023.
08 September 2021
Stan Putter of Smallgange Lawyers in Rotterdam has taken over as chair of the Dutch Arbitration Association.
05 August 2021
ICSID registered a record 70 new cases in the last financial year, while the ratio of women appointed to tribunals and other panels more than doubled.
04 August 2021
The ICCA Congress in Edinburgh has been postponed once again due to the pandemic and will now take place in late 2022.
23 June 2021
The Swiss Arbitration Association, or ASA, has launched an “Arbitration Toolbox” providing practical advice on how to organise and conduct cases.
16 June 2021
A taskforce at the International Council for Commercial Arbitration has published guidelines on standards of practice in international arbitration to address concerns that behaviour in the field has repeatedly fallen “below minimum civility standards.”
09 June 2021
The Permanent Court of Arbitration has released its annual report for 2020 – revealing that a record number of new cases were registered at the institution last year.
27 May 2021
An ICCA taskforce investigating the right to a physical hearing in international arbitration has released its third and final batch of reports, finding that there is no express right to in-person hearings in any of the 77 countries examined.
26 May 2021
To mark Earth Day today, The Campaign for Greener Arbitration has launched 6 Green Protocols. The steering committee sets out the protocols and argues the time for collective behavioural change is now.
22 April 2021
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