ICC Rules of Arbitration

The ICC Rules of Arbitration are the most widely-used institutional arbitral rules in the world, especially in relation to international construction and energy disputes. The 2012 Rules explicitly require both the arbitrators and the parties to “make every effort to conduct the arbitration in an expeditious and cost-effective manner”. Entirely new provisions relate to the emergency arbitrators, case management, and multi-party arbitrations.

Mediation in the Construction Industry

This article about mediation in the Construction Industry (applied also to the Middle East) has been kindly made available by Rafat Isweilih to the readers of this blog. Rafat Isweilih BSc. CE, MCIArb, RICS Accredited Mediator, Commercial & Contracts Manager Introduction Whilst the construction industry worldwide is plagued by disputes, construction […]

Professional training “Contract Awareness”

For whom The sales team, working in an international context Project managers The commercial and operational management Issue at stake Acquire the fundamentals of international contracts Obtain true contract awareness thanks to this training Prerequisites This training does not require any prerequisites. Nevertheless, some commercial (national or international) or project […]