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Bill Slate, former president and CEO of the American Arbitration Association and founder of the International Centre for Dispute Resolution, has died aged 79.
15 July 2022
Gary Shaw of Pillsbury in Washington, DC, considers the recent amendments to ICSID’s transparency rules that took effect at the start of this month, arguing they provide greater access to arbitration while preserving party control.
13 July 2022
The International Bar Association's arbitration under-40 group has unveiled a diverse new steering committee co-chaired by Agnès Bizard of King & Spalding in Paris and Juan Felipe Merizalde of Adell & Merizalde in Bogotá.
07 July 2022
In a twist to its usual activities, Young ICCA has held a technologically cutting-edge career development event for participants in its mentoring programme - with Dana MacGrath and Toby Landau QC sharing advice in the Metaverse.
25 June 2022
ICSID has released its new rules for investment disputes, which will take effect in a week’s time – bringing to an end what it calls the “most significant procedural modernisation” in its history.
23 June 2022
The International Federation of Commercial Arbitration Institutions has approved a revised constitution and elected a new council as it prepares for the appointment of a new president to replace Stefano Azzali at the end of his term.
22 June 2022
Leading arbitrator and former head of international disputes and public international law at Debevoise & Plimpton Donald Francis Donovan is to join Arbitration Chambers in New York.
15 June 2022
In the first McNair Lecture in London, Judge Abdulqawi Yusuf of the International Court of Justice explained why international law matters, highlighting its impact on daily life, and arguing that is no longer true that "in times of war, law falls silent".
26 May 2022
Photographs of the International Arbitration Charity Ball, which raised a record-breaking £553,263 for Save the Children last week, are now available.
18 May 2022
In an article which has been minted as the first international arbitration collectable NFT, Matthew Townsend of Fangda Partners in Hong Kong identifies five ways Web3 could change practice in the field: including driving the development of new funding models, "on-chain" adjudication, protocols for managing procedure and evidence, tokenised arbitral awards and identification of parties through digital wallets.
12 May 2022
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