Right to a Physical Hearing in International Arbitration: Key Findings and Global Trends | 9 December 2021

Right to a Physical Hearing - 9 December 2021

We are pleased to support the upcoming webinar on the project “Does a Right to a Physical Hearing Exist in International Arbitration?", as part of ICCA International Council for Commercial Arbitration’s 60th Anniversary celebrations. In this webinar, the Co-editors James Hosking, Yasmine Lahlou and Giacomo Rojas Elgueta will discuss the key findings and global trends they have identified from the comparative survey from some 78 New York Convention jurisdictions. Lawrence Teh of Dentons Rodyk will moderate the discussion, with opening remarks from ICCA Vice President Judith Gill. Register now: Click here to register   Earlier in July, Maxwell Chambers had the privilege of inviting Professor Lucy Reed, President of ICCA together with Yasmine Lahlou...

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Recap: SCMA Live Webinar: Legal Commercial and Practical Perspectives on Virtual Arbitration Hearings

Watch the full webinar at: SCMA Webinar: Legal, Commercial and Practical Perspectives on Virtual Arbitration Hearings On Friday, 29 May 2020, the Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration (SCMA) hosted its inaugural webinar on the topic of “Legal, Commercial and Practical Perspectives on Virtual Arbitration Hearings". The webinar was attended by over 120 participants and many participants asked the panelists many questions relating to virtual hearings.  The webinar was moderated by Mr Punit Oza, Executive Director, SCMA, and featured panelists such as Mr Amitabh Jha, Chief - Strategic Procurement, Tata Steel, Global Procurement, Mr Nick Fell, EVP, Corporate Services & General Counsel, BW...

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Leading ADR-service rivals from England, Singapore, and Canada launch International Arbitration Centre Alliance

LONDON, SINGAPORE, TORONTO—Three leading international arbitration and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) hearing centres have joined forces to form the International Arbitration Centre Alliance (IACA). The alliance firms are Arbitration Place of Toronto and Ottawa, Canada; the International Dispute Resolution Centre (IDRC) of London, UK; and Maxwell Chambers of Singapore. Their unprecedented global collaboration of physical, technical, and professional resources is aimed at reducing the distance, time-zone, and countless other challenges associated with planning and conducting international arbitration hearings and ADR proceedings during these extraordinary times— and in the “new normal” that will be with us for some time. In a joint statement,...

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