Could international disputes operate as a governance tool capable of driving change in corporate and public policies for climate change? Maybe. As climate change litigation is on the increase globally, this development is worth analyzing from an international arbitration perspective.
How is international arbitration adapting to a fast-changing world? The School of International Arbitration at Queen Mary University of London, in partnership with White and Case have launched another global survey of international arbitration exploring this issue.
“In need for speed in challenging times – Interim relief and expedited resolution of disputes in international arbitration”.
Meet SCC Secretary General Annette Magnusson at a Fab Four Joint Seminar: Time is money, and quality is the currency of international arbitration: can we get it all?
Board meetings are held once per month. The function of the SCC Board is to make decisions as required under the SCC Rules. This includes decisions regarding prima facie jurisdiction, appointment of arbitrators, challenge to arbitrators and the costs of the arbitration.