Australia’s premier international dispute resolution institution, the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA), released its 2021 Edition of its Arbitration Rules (2021 Rules) earlier this year. The 2021 Rules are ACICA’s first new edition of its Arbitration Rules since 2016 (2016 Rules), reflecting global developments in international arbitration practice during the COVID-19 era, with a focus on digital technology, flexibility and transparency…
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