As reported here earlier, in January 2016, the ICC Court announced that it would start to publish the names of arbitrators serving in ICC administered cases.
When the first six names and the corresponding information were released in June 2016, the snapshot of arbitrator appointment at the time was surprisingly young, and surprisingly female: At that point in time, six sole arbitrators had been appointed, three of them were women. Looking at the biographies on the website of the arbitrators, the majority – both male and female – of them struck me as young (at least by the standards of the arbitration community, and using graduation and bar admittance dates as proxies for age). Continue reading
A one-day conference hosted by the University of Mannheim and co-organized with the ICC is devoted to the methods of establishing facts in international arbitration. Continue reading
On Tuesday, the ICC’s International Court of Arbitration has announced two new policies aimed at enhancing the efficiency and transparency of ICC arbitration proceedings. Continue reading
The ICC’s International Court of Arbitration announced last week that from now on, it will communicate the reasons for many of the administrative decisions it takes under the ICC Rules of Arbitration. Continue reading