Groups and organisations

Taskforce finds no right to physical hearing in 77 countries

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

Green Protocols launched on Earth Day

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

ICSID and UNCITRAL update draft code of conduct

ICSID and UNCITRAL have published a revised draft code of conduct for adjudicators in investment disputes following feedback from states and other stakeholders in the field.

21 April 2021

A year of "mute off"

It has been a year since the launch of "Mute Off Thursdays", a weekly virtual forum that has enabled women in arbitration to stay connected and build know-how during the pandemic.

19 April 2021

A refresh at KCAB Next

KCAB Next, a networking and professional development group created by the Korea Commercial Arbitration Board, has added eight new members to its steering committee.

15 April 2021

New names at Milan chamber

The Milan Chamber of Arbitration has elected a new president of its arbitral council and added four new members.

13 April 2021

New leadership at Bogotá chamber

The Bogotá Chamber of Commerce has appointed a new president to lead its arbitration and conciliation centre.

09 April 2021

IBA releases toolkit on insolvency and arbitration

The International Bar Association has released a toolkit providing guidance for when a party to an arbitration is subject to insolvency proceedings.

24 March 2021

Atlanta group names new president

The Atlanta International Arbitration Society (AtlAS) has named independent arbitrator Brent Clinkscale as its new president – the first African American to take on the role.

10 March 2021

IBA publishes updated evidence rules

New provisions on virtual hearings, illegally obtained evidence and undue influence on witnesses testifying remotely are among the newly published updates to the International Bar Association rules on the taking of evidence.

17 February 2021

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