Greetings from CADR, RGNUL.
We hope that you and your loved ones continue to remain well and safe.
It has been a positive month, despite the continued crisis. ICC’s Arbitration Statistics evince a rise in arbitrations in 2019 as compared to the previous year. Diversity has been the war-cry for much of this year and of late, and ICCA’s report on gender diversity in arbitrations has been welcomed by the community.
Additionally, regional institutions are working to adapt to global practices in arbitrations. In the future, it is expected that arbitral institutions, besides offering effective dispute resolution services, will also develop a global community free of barriers to diversity and dedicated to heralding changes.
It’s been a busy month for us at CADR too, as we continue serving the ADR Community with events and research. We organized a Masterclass on the evolving concept of ‘Hearing’ in International Disputes featuring Mr. Garv Malhotra (Managing Associate, Collyer Law, Singapore) as a facilitator.
CADR’s blog witnessed yet another successful month with diverse range of pieces from ‘Confidentiality in International Commercial Arbitration’ to ‘Blend of Mediation and Mental Health‘. The Blog continues to accept submissions on rolling basis.
August promises to be an equally exciting month with another course on international taxation in post BEPS world, more webinars and much more in the works. Follow this space for details!
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Centre for Alternate Dispute Resolution.