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More and more disputes are now being resolved out of court using alternative dispute resolution (ADR). There's never a better time to train with us.

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  • Wednesday 25 February 2015

    Global Institute welcomes moves to explore greater use of mediation in boundary disputes

    The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) fully supports government plans to consider greater use of mediation in resolving boundary disputes between warring neighbours....
  • Friday 23 January 2015

    What has history taught us? CIArb celebrates its 100th anniversary

    The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) this week launched its centenary celebrations with a three-day conference in Birmingham. The event themed ‘Back to our roots’ sought to engage members in discussions addressing the challenges and opportunities for alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in the coming years as well as commending CIArb’s past and current achievements.
  • Wednesday 21 January 2015

    ADR – Giving businesses a real choice.

    International trade is deemed an economic necessity and is increasingly a priority for the UK government. In post-recession years as part of its overall strategy to rebuild the economy, business organisations are encouraged to engage in international trade and investment.
  • Tuesday 11 November 2014

    An arbitration scheme partnership for the press and for the public

    In July 2011 Lord Justice Leveson was appointed to conduct a public inquiry into the culture, ethics and practices of the press. Recommendations were published in late 2012 for independent self-regulation of the press, where a regulator should be set up on behalf of the press but subject to independent oversight.
  • Thursday 26 February 2015

    CIArb's New Courses


  • Thursday 29 January 2015

    Paul Darling QC - 24 September 2014

    On Wednesday 24 September 2014 Paul Darling QC presented a talk entitled: "To terminate or not? Some issues about contractual termination and common law repudiation" at Shakespeares' offices in Birmingham.

Happy Centenary Year!

 

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