On 3 October 2019, SCC Legal Counsel Natalia Petrik spoke in session “Dispute Boards in the Energy Sectors: The Nordics and Beyond” at the Dispute Resolution Board Foundation conference and workshop event in Stockholm.
Sukma Andrina, a lawyer and researcher, takes a closer look on how legal infrastructure can support and protect green technology and investments. Specifically, how arbitration can play a role.
This year’s Climate Action Week in New York took off on September 23 with a high-level Climate Summit convened by UN Secretary General António Guterres. A passionate speech by Swedish activist Greta Thunberg set the tone for the rest of the week with a high sense of urgency.
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.
This years VQ Forum will be both the tenth anniversary and the final event where a mix of new and favorite speakers - including SCC Secretary General Annette Magnusson - will focus on innovation from all aspects in the main theme "Law 2.0".
Kristin Campbell-Wilson and Lise Alm from the SCC will be discussing cyber security and digitalization within arbitration and showcasing the new SCC Platform.