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CIArb London Branch Seminar: Family Arbitration – Is it stuck in the doldrums?

The London Branch's first seminar of 2018 takes a broad look at family arbitration and the advantages of the field.
9 February 2018 | Branch News

CIArb Proud to Open New Branch in Qatar

After establishing a close working relationship with QICDRC, CIArb are pleased to announce the opening of a new branch.
9 February 2018 | Branch News

Young Members' Group Essay Competition

Submit your essay on one of our chosen topics and be in with a chance to win £250 and a place at the CIArb Dublin Forum in June.
6 February 2018 | YMG News

Singapore’s new Mediation Act – raising the bar to new heights in the dispute resolution arena

With mediation becoming more globally fashionable, the Singapore Government in January 2017 passed into law a Mediation Statue (“Mediation Act”) to further solidify its innovative approach to assist disputants in resolving their difference in a cost and efficient manner.
7 June 2017 | Features

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