The Fab Four? Exploring the key features of ICC arbitration

Our final arbitration event of the year on 20 November will look at the four key features of ICC Arbitration—the so-called “Fab Four”. These are: the role of the ICC secretariat; the use of terms of reference; scrutiny of awards; and determination of tribunal fees.

The full programme for the evening seminar is available on our events page. We’re particularly pleased that the session will feature the first UK appearance of Andrea Carlevaris, the new Secretary General of the ICC International Court of Arbitration.

As readers of this blog will know, Andrea was appointed Secretary General of the ICC International Court of Arbitration in September 2012. Immediately prior to this he was a partner at Bonelli Erede Pappalardo in Rome and a member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration. He has acted as counsel and as an arbitrator in numerous proceedings, both ad hoc and institutional, including proceedings administered by the ICC, ICSID, the PCA and the Chamber of Arbitration of Milan. He holds a doctorate in Public International Law from the University of Rome.

Recognized as one of the “top 45 international arbitration lawyers under the age of 45” by Global Arbitration Review, Andrea is the author of a monograph on interim relief in international arbitration and of numerous articles and notes on arbitration and international law.

We hope to see you at the event next week. Please call our events team on 020 7838 7452 for discounts on block bookings.

A different Fab Four...