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IBA report on small value claims in investment arbitration

The report includes statistical analysis of small value claims (no greater than US$50m or €50m) in investment arbitration and examines the mechanisms and strategies available to balance the factors time, effort, and financial resource.Some angles:>> small value claims constitute an important segment of the investment arbitration docket>> special procedures for arbitrating small value

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New release of anonymized SCC awards

A new upload of materials from the 2022 volume of the Yearbook Commercial Arbitration is now available in the KluwerArbitration database. The materials include ten unpublished awards rendered under the auspices of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce between March 2019 and February 2022.  These materials will also be made available on the ICCA Focus on Sweden section on

Erik Wernberg pictured for SCC Spotlight on Construction disputes

Construction disputes: key takeaways from an expert

Erik, you have a vast experience both as counsel and as an arbitrator in construction-related cases. What are their most characteristic features?  Construction disputes most often consist of a large

SCC Arbitration Council 2022

The SCC arbitrators’ council is launched

The SCC is known for its innovative and efficient dispute resolution services, which are designed to meet the expectations of the business and the legal community. Another natural step which ensures


Pros and cons of third-party funding

The number of the SCC cases funded by third parties is increasing and the phenomenon is no longer new within international arbitration. Last year we analysed the appearance of third-party funding* (


SCC Sustainability commitment

The SCC’s mission is to facilitate trade and business, and we are guided by the same values and priorities as the international business community that we serve. We are therefore committed to


Lucy Greenwood started The Green Pledge to push change

The business community across the world aims to reduce the environmental impact and increase the contribution to a sustainable future. This is a priority for the arbitration users and consequently


Joint statement: EU provides exemption for arbitration proceedings

Secretary General Kristin Campbell-Wilson:"The clarification made by the EU is very welcome. It supports the rule of law and provides the international business community with access to justice by


Swedish ruling allows remote hearings

The respondent in the arbitration challenged the final arbitral award and requested that the award should be declared invalid or, in the alternative, set aside, based on the tribunal’s decision to


SCC survey shows positive approach to digitalized working methods

As part of our efforts to develop our business and in making sure that our services and offering stay relevant to the international business community and helping companies grow, the SCC recently


Intensive training in a 19th century setting

On 9 June 2022 we welcomed 26 international lawyers to an intensive training diploma course for international arbitrations in the beautiful historical Thoresta manor located near Stockholm.


Caroline Falconer joins as new Deputy Secretary General

Congratulations and welcome in your new role as Deputy Secretary General with operational responsibility! Can you tell us about your professional background and interest in disputes and international