New SCC Board Members

The SCC is delighted to announce the appointment of four new Board Members as of 1 January 2015: Dmitri Evseev, Justin D’Agostino, Andrea J. Menaker and Li Hu.

Mr Dmitri Evseev is a partner with Arnold & Porter in London who concentrates his practise in International Arbitration, Litigation, Public International Law and White Collar Defense.

Mr Justin D’Agostino is a partner with Herbert Smith Freehills in Hong Kong who has experience in arbitrations under the rules of all the major institutions.


Ms Andrea J Menaker is a partner with White & Case in Washington DC who serves as counsel in complex international arbitration cases, has extensive experience in matters involving treaty-based claims, international investment protections and public international law.

Dr Li Hu is the Deputy Secretary General of China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC) and is specialized in commercial arbitration and conciliation, intellectual property law, international trade law and international investment law.


Former Board Members

The SCC would like to use this opportunity to thank Mr Yu Jianlong, Professor Alexey A Kostin, Mr Michael J Moser and Ms Margrete Stevens, all of whose terms ended on 31 December 2014, for their service and contributions to the SCC Board.

The very active participation of members of the SCC Board in the SCC decision making process under the SCC Rules is one of the hallmarks of SCC arbitration, and the SCC would like to take this opportunity to express its appreciation of the valuable support from departing Board Members.

Appointment process 

The Board of Directors of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce appoints the SCC Board Members for a period of three years. Each Board Member may be re-appointed for one further three year period. The SCC Board is comprised of both Swedish and non-Swedish nationals, all of whom are distinguished and highly qualified experts in international dispute resolution. 


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