Webinar ‘The 2017 ICC Rules of Arbitration; lessons learned’ – Including Sneak Preview NEW 2021 ICC Rules of Arbitration – Wednesday 28 October 2020, 13.30- 17.00 hr., online
The 2017 ICC Rules of Arbitration are used all around the world to resolve disputes. This webinar will clarify the emergency measures and the expedited procedure, which are available for disputes arising from investment treaties as well as all kinds of commercial contracts. The programme will address the 2017 ICC Rules and reflect on their use since their implementation. What has the Court’s experience been thus far when using these rules? Besides the relevant ‘lessons learned’ on the 2017 rules, we are now able to include in the programme an exciting sneak preview ahead of the official launch of the Rules later this year. ICC Court President Alexis Mourre described the amendments as “a further step towards grater efficiency, flexibility and transparancy”.
This webinar will address best and worst practices. The speakers will discuss the background and purpose of the various provisions and provide firsthand knowledge by using examples of real cases to illustrate the lessons learned since 2017 and include their views on the new rules.
- Gain insights in the 2017 ICC Rules of Arbitration and how to use them most effectively;
- Become familiar with the emergency measures and gain insight in the expedited procedure;
- Learn from examples of real cases, including best and worst practices;
- Gain insight in the latest changes that resulted in the NEW 2021 ICC Rules of Arbitration (effective by January 2021).
Rogier Schellaars, Lawyer/ Partner at Van Doorne and Member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration
Marieke van Hooijdonk, Lawyer/ Partner at Allen & Overy and Member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration
Ndanga Kamau, Lawyer/ Founder Ndanga Kamau Law and Vice President ICC International Court of Arbitration
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By Marijke Wolfs, Secretary General ICC Netherlands
Overview of ICC Dispute Resolution Services
What are the standard procedures at the ICC and how do these relate to the newly introduced arrangements for emergency measures and expedited procedures? Attention will also be paid to practical guidance for the management of arbitral proceedings, applicable to both parties and tribunals.
By Marieke van Hooijdonk, Partner at Allen & Overy and Member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration
An arrangement for the appointment of an ‘emergency arbitrator’ has been introduced in 2014, pursuant to which emergency measures (orders) may be sought. How does this work and what are the opportunities and threats? How do you preserve the quality of the procedure when it becomes an emergency procedure? An overview of recent experiences will be shared.
By Ndanga Kamau, Founder Ndanga Kamou Law and Vice President ICC International Court of Arbitration
In 2017, the ICC introduced rules for an ‘expedited procedure’ on the merits for disputes with a value up to USD 2 million, which results in a final award. How does this work, what have we learned since then and what are the benefits and pitfalls?
By Rogier Schellaars, Partner at Van Doorne and Member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration
The 2021 ICC Rules of Arbitration – a sneak preview
Following the approval by the ICC Executive board, the revised and updated ICC Rules of Arbitration are set to come into force on 1 January 2021. Although the rules will not be published until later this year, we will share the main changes with you. What are the novelties and main changes contributing to a more efficient, flexible and transparent procedure?
Panel discussion with Q&A
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Lawyers, jurists, in-house counsel, corporate managers, legal directors, anybody engaged in ‘conflict resolution’ and ADR such as arbitrators, mediators and compliance officers.
It is possible to request your certificate of participation in order to receive your ‘PO-point.’ Please send an e-mail request to email@example.com. Upon receiving a passing grade for a short quiz you will receive the certificate. This is conform the requirements by the Dutch BAR, the NOvA. Click here to read more about this subject.
For ICC members: EUR 250,- (excluding VAT/BTW) and for non-ICC members: EUR 450,- (excluding VAT/BTW)
For questions, please contact ICC Netherlands by sending an e-mail message to: info@ICC.nl
Registration (on a first come, first serve basis) will close on 27 October 2020, end of day. Registrations cancelled after 21 October 2020 will be charged in full, see also ICC Terms & Conditions (Algemene Voorwaarden). Changes to the programme and/or format may occur due to the pandemic. Participants will be informed accordingly.