15th April 2011
The Ins and Outs of CIETAC Arbitration
Arbitrating under the Rules of the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission
A Comparison of CIETAC Arbitration with Arbitration under the Rules of other International Arbitral Institutions
The China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC) is one of the fastest growing permanent arbitration institutions in the world. In 2010, 1352 cases were filed with CIETAC, including 418 foreign-related cases with parties from 51 jurisdictions besides China. The value of cases submitted to CIETAC in 2010 alone amounted to 13.749 billion RMB (£1.283 billion/$2.093 billion).
In this special programme, the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission, and the IDR GroupÂ® are delighted to present a conference dedicated to an understanding of CIETAC, arbitration under its rules and how CIETAC arbitration compares with arbitration under the rules of other permanent arbitration institutions.
Among the participants in the event will be:
â¢ Members of a CIETAC delegation led by Mr Yu Jianlong, Vice Chairman and Secretary General of CIETAC
â¢ Sir Anthony Colman, Former Judge of the Commercial Court and CIETAC Arbitrator
â¢ N. Jansen Calamita, Director, Investment Treaty Forum, British Institute of International & Comparative Law; University of Birmingham
â¢ Anthony Connerty, Barrister, International Arbitrator and Mediator; CIETAC Arbitrator and Member of the IDR Group
â¢ Johan Gernandt, Chairman of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce
â¢ Arthur Harverd, Former Chairman of the Board of Directors of the LCIA; Member of the IDR Group
â¢ Audley Sheppard, Clifford Chance (London)
â¢ Patrick Zheng, Clifford Chance (Beijing)
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