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CIArb members urge action to close the ADR knowledge gap

Further work needs to be done to address the knowledge gap that continues to exist in the business sector. Recent research conducted by CIArb highlights this lack of awareness and the need for ADR to be included in the education system from schools through to university and law schools.
16 June 2017 | News

CIArb London Branch Seminar: ADR in Film and Media Disputes

On 7 June 2017 the London Branch, in association with the British Screen Advisory Council, held a seminar entitled 'ADR in Film and Media Disputes', generously hosted by Herbert Smith Freehills.
8 June 2017 | Branch News

New recruits for YMG Global Steering Committee

The Global Steering Committee of CIArb’s Young Members Group has been bolstered by the appointment of five new highly experienced members from France, Geneva, Hong Kong, Ireland and South Korea, reflecting the cultural and gender diversity of YMG’s membership.
8 June 2017 | YMG News

ICSID – Improvements in Diversity

Diversity considerations are under more scruinity in the field of arbitration, with ICSID as well as other arbitration institutions having been perceived as a Caucasian male-dominated forum.
3 February 2017 | Features

Choosing the Right Energy Arbitrator

Selecting an arbitrator is one of the most crucial decisions a party will make in an arbitration and being able to select the decision maker is one of the primary reasons parties choose arbitration to resolve their disputes.
3 February 2017 | Features

Micula v Romania – Enforcement Proceedings Stayed

In December 2013, an ICSID Tribunal awarded the Micula brothers substantial damages against Romania in respect of the latter’s withdrawal of an investment incentive programme.
3 February 2017 | Features