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The French Arbitration Association (AFA) celebrates its 40th anniversary

The AFA will celebrate its 40th anniversary on 28 September 2015. The AFA is an institution created in 1975. It counts over 300 members of 12 different nationalities with diversified professional activities: French and foreign lawyers, corporate legal counsel, scholars, magistrates, notary publics, consular judges, experts… Its vocation is to promote arbitration as a dispute […]

Arbitrator and ICC Immunity confirmed by the New York District Court which strongly sanctioned the counsel for frivolous claim

United States District Court – Southern District Court of New York, “Landmark Ventures, Inc. v. Stephanie Cohen & ICC”, 25 November 2014, 13 Civ. No 9044 (JGK) In a judgment of 25 November 2014, the United States District Court of the Southern District of New York (“NY District Court”) dealt with the issue of both […]

The new LCIA Rules adopted

The new arbitration rules of the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) have been adopted.  As we had reported, they notably contain guidelines on counsel conduct in arbitration.  It will enter into force on 1 October 2014. The new rules are available here.

Publication of an article on ad hoc or administered arbitration

François Muller and Anne-Laure Pol published an article on ad hoc or administered arbitration in Le Cercle des Echos in the context of our series of articles on the efficiency of the arbitration procedure. It is available here.