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ICC Court celebrates 100 years looking to next century of dispute resolution leadership

To mark 100 years of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce, ICC has issued a declaration setting out a vision to lead dispute resolution for the next century.

ICC Court celebrates 100 years looking to next century of dispute resolution leadership2023-01-23T10:11:10+01:00

ICC Dispute Resolution Services in 2022: a year in review

2022 has been another grand year for ICC Dispute Resolution Services (ICC DRS), with a digital transformation and notable achievements in capacity building and training, all leading up to our epic 100-year milestone.

ICC Dispute Resolution Services in 2022: a year in review2023-01-02T12:10:42+01:00

‘Leadership, Legitimacy, Legacy: A Tribute to Alexis Mourre’ book launched

In closing the first day of the 20th ICC Miami Conference on International Arbitration, the highly anticipated book ‘Leadership, Legitimacy, Legacy: A Tribute to Alexis Mourre’ was launched amidst an endearing audience.

‘Leadership, Legitimacy, Legacy: A Tribute to Alexis Mourre’ book launched2022-11-04T11:45:36+01:00

ICC and Jus Mundi extend partnership on dispute resolution content

ICC and Jus Mundi have broadened the scope of their existing partnership to enable wider access to ICC’s dispute resolution expertise via Jus Mundi’s international law and arbitration research engine.

ICC and Jus Mundi extend partnership on dispute resolution content2022-09-26T10:19:10+02:00

ICC forum for young arbitrators changes name to reflect broad dispute resolution scope

The ICC Young Arbitrators Forum has changed its name to the Young Arbitration and ADR Forum (YAAF) to underscore the global network’s wide range of alternative dispute resolution services.

ICC forum for young arbitrators changes name to reflect broad dispute resolution scope2022-07-22T15:14:25+02:00

Guest blog: Global warming and the “Africanisation” of International Investment Law?

Rumbidzai Maweni, associate in Foley Hoag’s international litigation and arbitration department, explores the consequences of climate change on the African Continent.

Guest blog: Global warming and the “Africanisation” of International Investment Law?2022-06-08T15:59:49+02:00

Avoid arbitration express train urges ICC Court President

During a keynote speech at Tel Aviv Arbitration Week, ICC International Court of Arbitration President Claudia Salomon has warned that the “magnetic pull” of international arbitration may mean that other dispute resolution tools are not being sufficiently considered.

Avoid arbitration express train urges ICC Court President2022-03-15T17:35:39+01:00

ICC amicus curiae brief to provide guidance to the US Supreme Court

ICC has submitted an amicus curiae brief to provide guidance to the United States Supreme Court regarding a decision it will take that may lead to policy and practical implications on the conduct of international arbitrations worldwide.

ICC amicus curiae brief to provide guidance to the US Supreme Court2022-02-01T12:07:44+01:00

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