This article highlights updates that the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) have both made to their rules. These rules are not a dramatic overhaul of existing frameworks, but contain some notable changes.
Both the ICC and the LCIA have issued rules which embrace greater flexibility around the use of electronic communications and remote hearings, thus codifying a shift in approach which was necessary during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Authors: Mark Beeley, Partner, International Arbitration & Dispute Resolution, Oil & Gas, and Rebecca Dipple,
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