On 29th November 2022, the SCC held the third East-West Forum, devoted to the impact of the war in Ukraine on international arbitration.
Here it is – our new look and feel (and scent…)! Just because you are older than 100 years doesn't mean you need to look it. The SCC Arbitration Institute has always had an innovative mindset when it comes to the way we resolve disputes. Our new brand reflects the forward thinking way in which we have developed arbitration since 1917.
Meet Emilia Lundberg, Mattias Göransson and Kristin Campbell-Wilson when they share the origin of the new express dispute resolution tool SCC Express, and give examples on how it can help your
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, the SCC Arbitration Institute earlier this year
SCC, in collaboration with ICCA and Kluwer Arbitration, continue publication of anonymized SCC awards in the Kluwer Arbitration database.
There are few industries that generate more disputes than construction. Explore the key features of construction disputes and expert takeaways with our SCC Spotlight Talk guest, Erik Wernberg,
The editorial committee of Stockholm Arbitration Yearbook invites scholars and practitioners to contribute to the 2023 edition of the yearbook. Abstracts are due on 16 December 2022.
In its recently released Report, the IBA Arbitration Committee presents research of data from the three biggest ISDS for a; SCC, ICSID, and the PCA.
The SCC expands its structure with a new body – the SCC Arbitrators' Council, aimed at widening the SCC’s network of users and fostering relations with arbitral practitioners worldwide. “This is an
The number of the SCC cases funded by third parties has increased – and demand is growing. “We expect continued market growth in the Nordics”, says Thony Lindström Härdin, CEO at Litigium Capital. We
Assessing risks and setting corporate ambitions related to sustainability are central issues for any business today. Companies need to understand the environmental, economic, and social impacts of
“We wanted to make it easy for people who want to make changes”, says Lucy Greenwood who founded the Campaign for Greener Arbitration in 2019. An initiative that is still highly relevant and also