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  • Wednesday 04 November 2015

    TCC Court rules on DAS Adjudication case

    In a recent case before the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) - Imperial Chemical Industries LTD v Merrell Technology Ltd [2015] EWHC 2915 (TCC) - Mr. Justice Edwards-Stuart ruled that an adjudicator appointed by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) in a construction dispute had been correctly appointed, and that his decision regarding the claimant’s entitlement to contract documents was valid and binding.
  • Thursday 08 October 2015

    CIArb at the Conservative Party Conference

    The economy, social reform, security and Europe featured heavily in proceedings as CIArb actively promoted ADR in Manchester. Read the report from Chris Wilford, Head of Policy & Public Affairs.
  • Friday 13 November 2015

    London Branch Centenary Dinner

    The London Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators welcomed members and their guests to its Centenary Dinner on 11 November 2015, in the magnificent surroundings of Armourers’ Hall.
  • Wednesday 11 November 2015

    The Bahamas Branch Executive Committee

    The Bahamas Branch of CIArb officially installed its Executive Committee Officers at a guest luncheon followed by informative presentations in Nassau’s downtown Luciano’s Conference Room.


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Overall a very engaging talk on arbitration touching on the @EU_Commission, TTIP and the controversial Tapie case.
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Point of debate: the need for evidence, research and statistics in arbitration. How do we overcome this whilst respecting confidentiality?
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and we are pleased to announce that the CIArb Centenary Award 2015 goes to the distinguished Lord Woolf https://t.co/Mmod6DaS0T