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”Monday Arbitration Day” Campaign 2/7

2021-05-16T23:04:32+02:00

17 May 2021: Monday Arbitration Day (2/7) The second session of the ''Monday Arbitration Day'' Campaign will focus on features of ad hoc and institutional arbitration. For this later, ICC Arbitration will be the reference arbitral institution. This week, our guest is Dr. Ledina Mandija, Lector of the Faculty of Law at the University of Tirana and Attorney at Law. Dr. Mandija in a short article will explain ad hoc and institutional arbitration, in terms of organization and functioning. Click to read the article written by Dr. Ledina Mandija. Ad hoc and institutions arbitration (English) Arbitrazhi ad hoc dhe institucional (Shqip)

”Monday Arbitration Day” Campaign 2/72021-05-16T23:04:32+02:00

“Monday Arbitration Day” Campaign (1/7)

2021-05-10T13:15:49+02:00

10 May 2021: BLOG 1/7 "Monday Arbitration Day" Campaign. ICC Albania kicks off the ''Monday Arbitration Day'' Campaign. The main purpose of this campaign is to raise awareness and promote arbitration in Albania as an alternative dispute resolution mechanism to resolve commercial and investment disputes.  This campaign will take place for seven consecutive Mondays, from May, 10th  2021 until June, 21st, 2021. Albanian practioners in Albania and abroad have joined us in this campaign and will share during these seven weeks their views and expertise in the area of arbitration. We will also offer a closer perspective of ICC Arbitration to our

“Monday Arbitration Day” Campaign (1/7)2021-05-10T13:15:49+02:00

ICC and Jus Mundi launch partnership to publish ICC arbitral awards

2021-04-08T10:35:01+02:00

1 April 2021 ICC and Jus Mundi have joined forces to make publishable, ICC arbitral awards freely available to the global legal community. Throughout its 100-year history, ICC has brought global business together to support an international rules-based order, including the promotion of global trade and commerce through initiatives and services including those of the ICC International Court of Arbitration (ICC Court). The partnership will see Jus Mundi, the world’s most comprehensive research engine for international law and arbitration, provide full public access to all publishable ICC Court awards and related documents made as of 1 January 2019. Commenting on the agreement, ICC Court

ICC and Jus Mundi launch partnership to publish ICC arbitral awards2021-04-08T10:35:01+02:00

ICC shines light on proliferation and fragmentation of private antitrust enforcement regimes

2021-04-08T10:32:22+02:00

31 March 2021 New publication shines a light on the proliferation – and worrying fragmentation – of private antitrust enforcement regimes A new ICC publication shines a spotlight on the increasingly fragmented nature of national regimes designed to allow citizens and companies to claim compensation if they are the victims of alleged antitrust abuses. Once a phenomenon limited to the United States, the past decade has seen a proliferation in new rules across more than 40 jurisdictions to allow private actions to enforce competition law – spurred, in part, by the European Union Damages Directive in 2014. The new analysis –

ICC shines light on proliferation and fragmentation of private antitrust enforcement regimes2021-04-08T10:32:22+02:00

ICC and TradeFlow Capital Management join forces to enable commodity trade for SMEs

2021-04-08T10:31:07+02:00

30 March 2021 ICC and TradeFlow Capital Management will introduce a partnership to mobilize capital and improve trade finance access for small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO announced an ambitious partnership with TradeFlow Capital Management during the World Trade Organization’s 2021 Global Trade & Blockchain Forum, as part of ICC’s growing effort to enable SME access to short-term liquidity to survive the ongoing economic crisis and thrive in the post-pandemic future Leveraging TradeFlow Capital Management’s innovative non-lending and non-credit based instruments and ICC’s global network of over 45 million chambers of commerce and businesses, the

ICC and TradeFlow Capital Management join forces to enable commodity trade for SMEs2021-04-08T10:31:07+02:00

Financing for Development in the Era of COVID-19 and Beyond

2021-04-08T10:30:04+02:00

29 March 2021 Speeches: High-Level Meeting with Heads of State and Government on the International Debt Architecture and Liquidity ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO – Thank you, your Excellency Mr Secretary-General and the Honorable Prime Ministers of Canada and Jamaica, for the opportunity to address this session. – Your Excellencies, distinguished colleagues, ladies and gentlemen: – In our first High Level Meeting – in May of last year – we urged governments not to forget the financing needs of small businesses who have been deeply affected by the economic impacts of COVID-19. – Recent research has shown two important

Financing for Development in the Era of COVID-19 and Beyond2021-04-08T10:30:04+02:00

Making Ethics Work: 6 Ways ICC enables responsible business action

2021-04-08T10:28:39+02:00

25 March 2021 From setting the gold standard for international advertising self-regulation since 1937 to enabling businesses to integrate ethics and compliance considerations into their operations, ICC plays a leading role in enabling high standards of corporate governance based on ethical business practices. To mark the launch of a new study on ethical and responsible business – compiled by Principia Advisory in partnership with ICC, Clifford Chance, INvolve, GlobeScan and the Institute of Business Ethics – we’re highlighting 6 ways in which ICC is committed to ensuring ethics become the bedrock of business strategies in every sector. Enabling, incentivising and rewarding SME sustainability

Making Ethics Work: 6 Ways ICC enables responsible business action2021-04-08T10:28:39+02:00

ICC and Mind the Bridge launch the 2021 Corporate Startup Stars Awards

2021-04-08T20:21:08+02:00

23 March 2021 ICC and Mind the Bridge announced the official launch of the 2021 Corporate Startup Stars competition as part of the MENA Digital Scaleup Summit in Dubai. The official kick off of the 2021 edition of the “Corporate Startup Stars Awards”  was announced today in Dubai  as part of the MENA Digital Scaleup Summit hosted by the Dubai Future Foundation and United Nations Economic and Social Commission for West Asia (ESCWA) and supported by the Dubai Chamber, in the presence of ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO and Amy Neale, Senior Vice President, Mastercard (2020 Corporate Startup Star). The celebration of Best Practices

ICC and Mind the Bridge launch the 2021 Corporate Startup Stars Awards2021-04-08T20:21:08+02:00

ICC zeros in on Asia and technology with new Dispute Resolution Governing Body additions

2021-04-08T10:26:03+02:00

22 March 2021 ICC has announced new additions to its Governing Body for Dispute Resolution Services. New members to the Executive Board subcommittee responsible for ICC Arbitration and ADR will bolster ICC’s commitment to making its leading dispute resolution services more accessible to users in Asia while supporting objectives to digitise services in line with user needs and COVID-19 safety protocols. The new line up also aims to amplify the voice of in-house counsel. Appointed by the ICC Executive Board for a term of two years the three new members of the ICC Governing Body for Dispute Resolution Services, are eminent figures in the

ICC zeros in on Asia and technology with new Dispute Resolution Governing Body additions2021-04-08T10:26:03+02:00

ICC welcomes G7 signals to provide financial relief to COVID-hit emerging nations

2021-04-08T10:24:47+02:00

19 March 2021 ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO has issued a statement following news that the G7 will back proposals to provide financial support to help poorer nations recovery from pandemic impact. “I am delighted to see G7 finance ministers heed the longstanding call from global business and workers in committing today to make new financial support available to emerging economies. Fresh liquidity is urgently needed to ensure all governments have the necessary resources to get the spread of Covid-19 under control – as well as providing direct financial support to hard-pressed businesses and families. Kudos to the British

ICC welcomes G7 signals to provide financial relief to COVID-hit emerging nations2021-04-08T10:24:47+02:00