2nd Litigation Committee Conference on Private International Law, November 17/18 2016, Milan

Palazzo TuratiFollowing the first successful IBA Litigation Committee Conference on Private International in Milan in 2014, the Litigation Committee is presenting the second edition, again in Milan. This year’s topic is The Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements: New Perspectives in International Commercial Dispute Resolution (click here for the full programme). Continue reading

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IBA Annual Litigation Forum, San Francisco, April 27 – 29, 2016

SF Litigation Conference 2016This year’s IBA litigation conference will be held in San Francisco –  the magnificent ‘City by the Bay’, the crossroads of the Asia Pacific Region, and one of the world’s leading technology hubs.  Continue reading

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International Bar Association: Judicial Integrity Initiative – Participate in the Survey

IBA LOGODavid W. Rivkin, the president of the International Bar Association (IBA), calls the Judicial Integrity Initiative (JII) is one of the most important initiatives as IBA President. Here is from his email inviting your participation in this initiative:

“The first part of the initiative focuses on a survey to understand how and when judicial corruption arises. From the results of the survey, we will be able to consider and to implement various activities using the strength of the IBA to combat judicial corruption. Continue reading

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IBA Arbitration Committe: Correction of IBA Guidelines on Conflicts of Interest in International Arbitration

IBA LOGOThe IBA’s Arbitration Committee has announced it has detected a clerical error in Paragraph 3.1.5 of the Orange List of the revised IBA Guidelines on Conflicts of Interest in International Arbitration. The Orange List, in the Guideline’s system of red, orange and green lists, is the non-exhaustive list of issues that the (potential) arbitrator ought to disclose to the parties The Guidelines have now been corrected as follows: In Paragraph 3.1.5., the expression “on a related issue”, which was part of that paragraph in the 2004 Guidelines, was mistakenly deleted during the review process. It has been re-established so that paragraph 3.1.5 now reads as follows: Continue reading

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