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2017 – A Year of Achievement

A round up of the achievements CIArb has seen over the past year. Thank you to members and staff alike.
21 December 2017 | News

Two Travelling Scholarships in Private Dispute Resolution - Dubai 2018

Two scholarships, each worth £5,000, are being offered by the Worshipful Company of Arbitrators. Chosen candidates will enjoy flights, accommodation and an allowance. Applications now closed.
19 December 2017 | News

Synergy and divergence between legal traditions: the conclusion

CIArb’s final conference in the three-part series on The Synergy and Divergence between Civil Law and Common Law in International Arbitration drew to a rapturous close in Paris on 7-8 December 2017.
19 December 2017 | News

Can't Pay, Won't Pay - Does Failure to Pay Give Rise to the Right of Termination?

Failure to pay on time, and even failure to pay at all, is unfortunately a common feature of the construction industry. A question that often arises is whether a party that has not been paid on time can terminate the contract due to the failure to make payment.
7 June 2017 | Features

Arbitration Reforms in Australia

On 22 March 2017, the Civil Law and Justice Amendment Legislation Bill was introduced into the upper house of the Federal Parliament. Sabina Adascalitei MCIArb lists which changes seem to be most relevant to the international arbitration arena.
1 June 2017 | Features

ECJ Opinion on EU-Singapore FTA

In mid-May, the European Court of Justice gave its Opinion on the EU competence to conclude the Free Trade Agreement with Singapore. Sabina Adascalitei MCIArb outlines which disputes the Opinion resolves.
1 June 2017 | Features