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“For years, commercial disputes have become increasingly more complex, yet all the while the business community is becoming more vocal in calling for assistance in keeping time and costs down. What if there was a way you could just have it settled and get on with it?” Read SCC Acting Secretary General Kristin Campbell-Wilson chronicle, including a cliff-hanger.
The European Commission is proposing the first ever legal framework on the use of artificial intelligence, aimed at promoting the development of AI and addressing the potential high risks it poses to safety and fundamental rights. “A highly relevant approach by the EU. Now, it´s important that the arbitration industry does not fall behind when it comes to leveraging the power of AI”, says SCC Head of Business Development, Lise Alm.
Kyiv Arbitration Days is organised by the Ukrainian Bar Association.
Welcome to the second of a series of events devoted to East-West related dispute resolution. This time, the SCC East-West Forum will feature arbitration in Poland, Lithuania, Estonia, and Latvia.
Dispute resolution today is influenced by strategic and financial considerations, much like other business transactions, and predictability of time and costs is becoming increasingly important.