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Good change in the ICC

Posted in Arbitration

Alexis Mourre took up the office of President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration almost a year and a half ago. From the beginning it was clear that Alexis had a vision to address the problems of arbitration, particularly the criticism regarding the lack of transparency and lengthy arbitration proceedings. These two issues appear… Continue Reading

Pоссийская Арбитражная Ассоциация

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On Thursday, June 19, 2013 I participated in an election meeting of the Russian Arbitration Association (Pоссийская Арбитражная Ассоциация). This newly founded organization aims to develop arbitration in Russia. The meeting took place at the Metropol Hotel in Moscow. The hotel, worth a mention in itself, is located on Theatre Square (next to the Bolshoi… Continue Reading

My red Ferrari

Posted in Arbitration

I have heard lately from a few people whose opinions I value, negative comments about arbitration. It takes too long, the procedure is vague and unpredictable and the outcome was unsatisfactory. If in the football the saying of the football coach Kazimierz Górski that “the ball is round and there are two goals” had such career I think that… Continue Reading

The ICC

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I was invited to join the board of the Polish National Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce (International Chamber of Commerce – ICC). Bravo! I will add it to my CV – it will fit nicely with the rest of the information there. Perhaps some prospective client will take notice? You never know! Certainly… Continue Reading