On 4 May 2021, the Madrid International Arbitration Center and the German Arbitration Institute (DIS) are co-hosting a virtual event on Span and Germany as the seat of arbitration. Here’s from MIAC’s president, José Antonio Caínzos:
“The event will focus on the jurisdictions of Spain and Germany, their relationship with international arbitration, as well as their characteristics when being seats of arbitration. The event will start with an introduction by Dr. Herbert Kronke (Chairman of the DIS Board of Directors) following with my presentation of MIAC, as President. Continue reading
On the first business day of the New Year, here comes a Save the Date, marking an important milestone for the German dispute resolution community:
On 24 April 2020, the German Arbitration Institute (Deutsche Institution für Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit; DIS) will celebrate its 100th anniversary in Bonn. It was established on 21 April 1920 as the Deutsche Ausschuss für das Schiedsgerichtswesen (DAS).
Today’s modern DIS originates from the 1992 merger of DAS and Deutschen Institut für Schiedsgerichtswesen established in 1974.
The current arbitration rules of DIS came into force on 1 March 2018 – see here for my take on them.
Regular readers of this blog may recall that I anaylzed the first set of arbitrator data made available by the ICC at the Kluwer Arbitration Blog back in September 2016. That post contained a chapter with a catchy but slightly misleading headline: “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (But Only Now Are Able To Ask)”. Later, I reported on the German Arbitration Institute (DIS) gender balance statistics when they first came out in 2017. These posts obviously did not go (much) beyond the numbers. Digging deeper is what the title of this upcoming event promises to do, so I am happy to advertise this half-day conference organized by Arbitral Women and supported by DIS in Munich next month. Klick here for details.
The German Institution of Arbitration DIS has comprehensively revised its rules and regulations. The new rules come into force on March 1, 2018. I have summarized the key changes for Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, and here is an English version of this short article: Continue reading