Speeding Up Arbitration: New ICC Expedited Rules In Force

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ICC Court of Arbitration LogoThe ICC has introduced new rules for expedited proceedings that apply to all arbitration agreements entered into from March 1, 2017 onwards. With that step, the ICC is following other leading international arbitral institutions that have introduced similar expedited rules, such as ACICA, DIS, HKIAC, ICDR, SCC, SIAC, and the Swiss Rules. Continue reading

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Goethe Universität Frankfurt: German & International Arbitration, Summer Term 2017

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1200px-Goethe-Logo_svgGoethe University’s law school again offers a Summer Programme on German and International Arbitration. Here is from the course description: Continue reading

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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin: Graduate Degree Programme in International Dispute Resolution

Humboldt LLM ProgrammeSince 2015 the Law Faculty of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin offers a one-year full-time graduate degree programme  in International Dispute Resolution (IDR), with a strong emphasis on international commercial arbitration. The programme is open to law graduates from jurisdictions around the world. The language of instruction is English. The application deadline for the 2017/2018 programme is March 31, 2017. More information regarding the program can be found in this brochure.

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Provisional Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in Germany

SchiedsVZUnder German law, you can combine the application for the recognition and enforcement of an arbitral award with an application to allow provisional enforcement measures, such as freezing bank accounts and attaching assets. Pending a decision on the recognition and enforcement of the award, these assets can thus be secured. However, the relevant section of the German Civil Code (Zivilprozessordnung, ZPO) appears to have been imperfectly integrated into the overall system of provisional enforcement, which led to a string of – partly contradictory – court decisions. Continue reading

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