The ICC Rules of Arbitration training

ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) will run two-day practical trainings on the 2012 ICC Rules of Arbitration in Paris, for the first time since their publication

Through this training, you will:

  • acquire practical knowledge of the main changes in the 2012 ICC Rules of Arbitration on topics such as Emergency Arbitrator; Case Management and Joinder, Multi-party/Multi-contract Arbitration and Consolidation
  • apply the 2012 ICC Rules of Arbitration to mock cases, studying them in small working group sessions
  • be provided with valuable insights from some of the world’s leading experts in arbitration including persons involved in the drafting of the New ICC Rules.

The revised version of the ICC Rules of arbitration reflects the growing demand for a more holistic approach to dispute resolution techniques and serves the existing and future needs of businesses and governments engaged in international commerce and investment: The 2012 ICC Rules of Arbitration are the result of a two year revision process undertaken by 620 dispute resolution specialists from 90 countries.

Who should attend?

Arbitrators, legal practitioners and in-house counsel who wish to know more about the 2012 Rules of Arbitration.

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