Regionalism in International Arbitration, London – UK

After almost a year of entry into force, the salient features and practice of the new CRCICA Arbitration Rules of 2011 were presented to the international Conference on “Regionalism in International Arbitration”, which was organized by the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL) on 19 June 2012, London to deal with the phenomenon of regionalisation of arbitration : its advantages and shortcomings. As one of the main topics was “the recent developments in regional arbitration centres”, CRCICA participated in a panel discussion that approached four regional arbitration venues, being Hong Kong, Singapore, Cairo and Japan. CRCICA’s presentation was titled “The UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules as institutional rules: the Experience of CRCICA”. It tackled the salient features of the new CRCICA Arbitration Rules, which are based upon the new UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules as revised in 2010, as well as the advantages of the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules in the context of institutional arbitration.

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 Published on Jun 19 2012

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