Dispute Resolution in North Africa, the 2012 ICC Rules of Arbitration, Tunis – Tunisia

In a pioneering regional initiative to allow North African practitioners to have a comprehensive overview of the 2012 ICC Rules, the ICC International Court of Arbitration and BrownRudnick law firm organized an international conference on “Dispute Resolution in North Africa: the 2012 ICC Rules of Arbitration” on 5 October 2012 – Tunis, Tunisia. CRCICA was invited to provide two presentations entitled “Overview of arbitration across the region: Some statistics” and “The increasing impact of anti-bribery and corruption legislation: The role of international arbitrators”. The first presentation focused on the role of CRCICA as a regional arbitration and ADR Centre and its contribution to the development of such mechanisms in this part of the world. The second presentation reviewed how international arbitrators are at present tackling corruption issues arising within the context of commercial and investments disputes.

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 Published on Oct 05 2012

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