Information from the SCC relating to Covid-19
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On 4-5 June, Putilin Sippel and the American University of Central Asia co-host the event with webinars conducted over two days. SCC Legal Counsel Natalia Petrik will participate in the session “Making Your Arbitration Time and Cost-Efficient”.
The world we entered in 2020 is very different from the world we left behind in 2019. Covid-19 has changed lives, businesses and practices all over the globe. Most countries’ reactions to the pandemic, whether through lockdowns or restrictions, were put in place in a matter of days and the efforts to adapt to this new reality have been record fast in many industries. Arbitration is no exception.
With proceedings turning digital to a higher and higher degree, the SCC arranged two panel discussions on the topic of online hearings. Both panels were moderated by Prof. Patricia Shaughnessy of Stockholm University and introduced by Annette Magnusson, Secretary-General of the SCC. Ms Magnusson indicated in her opening remarks that the challenges posed by the pandemic also present opportunities to rethink and optimise the international arbitration process going forward.
In times when meeting in person is difficult, SCC continues the discussion via its online seminar series
Whether you are an in-house counsel, external counsel or not a lawyer at all, you might occasionally find yourself negotiating the dispute resolution clause in contracts, the so-called “midnight clause”. This seminar provides insight and arguments for different dispute resolution options together with key aspects to consider.
The aim of this seminar, the first of two, is to launch the Italian translation of the Code of Best Practices in Arbitration of the Spanish Arbitration Club. Prof. Patricia Shaughnessy will speak about the SCC in the panel "Governance of Arbitral institutions".