The amended ICDR International Dispute Resolution Procedures, effective on March 1, 2021, are the result of a year-long effort by an ICDR drafting committee of international arbitration experts from around the world. Additional input was received from other ICDR Committees, ICDR management and administrative teams, and many others. In addition to addressing some of the dramatic changes in hearing dynamics due to the pandemic, the amendments reflect the ICDR’s recognized rule-making leadership and innovation.
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In this episode of the Arbitration Conversation Amy interviews Prof. S.I. Strong of the University of Sydney about trust arbitration and new laws in New Zealand. https://youtu.be/QhMxassqMvYBy Stacie Strong, Amy Schmitz
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