The Secretariat of the ICC International Court of Arbitration is currently recruiting a Deputy Counsel for a team dealing principally with common law jurisdictions.
Applicants should be recently qualified lawyers ( i.e. Bar exam or equivalent) with professional experience in a legal environment. However, a formal legal qualification is not essential if a candidate can demonstrate sufficient legal training and experience in international arbitration, international and/or commercial law.
Closing date for applications: 17 December 2015
For more please visit ICC webpage
By Konstantin Pilkov, Cai & Lenard
Ukraine has a reputation of a country with an imperfect justice system. No wonder that the country is also pictured by many arbitration practitioners as one unfriendly to arbitration, though refusals to grant the leave for enforcement of arbitral awards in Ukraine are relatively rare – 10% and 18% of all requests considered in 2013 and 2014 respectively, according to the Statistical Report “Ukraine. Arbitration-friendly jurisdiction: 2013-2014” prepared by Cai & Lenard.
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Did you know that Ukrainian lawyers invented a new data storage device capable of storing 1 Gigibit information? This device is a million times more powerful that the best flash memory card.
What is this device? It’s a cat! It has revealed that four cards with several cute cats on them are able to store all available information about lawyers and law practice.
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The Secretariat of the ICC International Court of Arbitration is currently recruiting:
As we were informed by the founder of judge.me online arbitration platform this initiative would provide ODR services to world at large. Individuals and companies may resolve their disputes through this platform by using its legal dispute resolution services.
On 28 April 2011 the Arbitral Tribunal of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce rejected most of the claims filed by Remington Worldwide Limited against Ukraine. The company accused Ukraine in violating the Energy Charter Treaty ratified by the Ukrainian Parliament, Verkhovna Rada in 1998.
With this post we continue the Ukraine – arbitration-friendly jurisdiction set of comments. We already discussed how Ukrainian courts treat ad hoc arbitration and what is their perception of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce. This time the arbitration under the Swiss Rules is in our focus.