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London Court of International Arbitration:
Current Challenges and Opportunities
Dr Jacomijn van Haersolte-van Hof
Director...
2
Overview
 Arbitrating under the New Rules (2014)
 Enhanced Efficiency and Effectiveness
 Regulating Party Representat...
3
New LCIA Rules
Enhanced Efficiency
and Effectiveness
 Electronic filing
 Arbitrators – availability
 Emergency proced...
4
New LCIA Rules
Regulating Party
Representatives
 The corollary of diversity in party representation is
regulation of et...
5
New LCIA Rules
Regulating Party
Representatives
 Annex establishes core substantive norms
 Legal representatives shoul...
6
New LCIA Rules
Regulating Party
Representatives
 Arbitral Tribunal can issue sanctions
 Written reprimand
 Written ca...
7
EU Sanctions
Impact on Arbitral Institutions
 EU sanctions are most relevant for the LCIA
 Sanctions apply
 Within EU...
8
EU Sanctions
Impact on Arbitral Institutions
 Administrative considerations
 Checking and re-checking sanctions
 Lice...
Dr Jacomijn van Haersolte-van Hof
Director General
T + 44 207 936 6200
F + 44 207 936 6222
E jvh@lcia.org
70 Fleet Street
...
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London Court of International Arbitration: Current Challenges and Opportunities

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London Court of International Arbitration:
Current Challenges and Opportunities
Dr Jacomijn van Haersolte-van Hof Director General
LCIA 21 May 2015

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London Court of International Arbitration: Current Challenges and Opportunities

  1. 1. London Court of International Arbitration: Current Challenges and Opportunities Dr Jacomijn van Haersolte-van Hof Director General LCIA 21 May 2015
  2. 2. 2 Overview  Arbitrating under the New Rules (2014)  Enhanced Efficiency and Effectiveness  Regulating Party Representatives  Russian Sanctions: Impact on Arbitral Institutions
  3. 3. 3 New LCIA Rules Enhanced Efficiency and Effectiveness  Electronic filing  Arbitrators – availability  Emergency procedure  Procedural timetable  Multi-party proceedings – joinder and consolidation
  4. 4. 4 New LCIA Rules Regulating Party Representatives  The corollary of diversity in party representation is regulation of ethics  The LCIA integrated system  Two aspects  Change in legal representative  Core substantive norms
  5. 5. 5 New LCIA Rules Regulating Party Representatives  Annex establishes core substantive norms  Legal representatives should not  Obstruct the arbitration or jeopardise the finality of any award  Knowingly make any false statement  Knowingly procure, assist in or rely upon false evidence  Knowingly conceal or assist in the concealment of a document which is ordered to be produced  Deliberately initiate with the Arbitral Tribunal or LCIA Court unilateral contact relating to the dispute, unless disclosed in writing
  6. 6. 6 New LCIA Rules Regulating Party Representatives  Arbitral Tribunal can issue sanctions  Written reprimand  Written caution  Any other measure  Adverse costs order
  7. 7. 7 EU Sanctions Impact on Arbitral Institutions  EU sanctions are most relevant for the LCIA  Sanctions apply  Within EU territory  To any EU individual  To companies or organisations incorporated under the law of a member state or to any business done within the EU  Distinguish between  Asset freezes  Sectoral sanctions
  8. 8. 8 EU Sanctions Impact on Arbitral Institutions  Administrative considerations  Checking and re-checking sanctions  Licence  Actual impact?  Shared burden by all stakeholders: parties, counsel, arbitrators, and institutions.
  9. 9. Dr Jacomijn van Haersolte-van Hof Director General T + 44 207 936 6200 F + 44 207 936 6222 E jvh@lcia.org 70 Fleet Street London EC4Y 1EU United Kingdom www.lcia.org

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