The AMTAC Address 2022, given by Matthew Harvey KC, is now available to view online here: https://amtac.org.au/publications-presentations-papers/ Mr Harvey presented his lecture on 12 December 2022 in the Federal Court of Australia, Melbourne, on the topic of Anomaly or Bad Policy: Foreign Arbitration Clauses and the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act 1991 (Cth).
Future Frontiers 7 November 2022, Melbourne The Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA) and Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Australia) are delighted to invite you to this year’s International Arbitration Conference. The Conference is the lead event for Australian Arbitration Week and will be held in the [...]
The 15th AMTAC Annual Address was held on 18 November 2021 at the Federal Court of Australia and via livestream. The Honourable Justice Angus Stewart delivered the Address entitled Navigating the Rough Seas of Enforcement. A copy of His Honour's paper is now available to download here: https://amtac.org.au/publications-presentations-papers/
The AMTAC Seminar, Avoiding Obstacles Along the Pathway to Enforcement, held on 19 October 2021 during Australian Arbitration Week 2021 is now available to view here: https://amtac.org.au/publications-presentations-papers/ Chaired by: Gregory Nell SC, Barrister, New Chambers & AMTAC Chair Speakers: Geoff Farnsworth, Partner, Holding Redlich – Energy City v Hub Street – 15-Love, or Advantage Arbitration? [...]
A recording of the AMTAC Annual Address 2020 is now available - view here!
ACICA has developed a Guidance Note for Online Arbitration as a resource for parties conducting arbitration using an online platform. The ACICA Guidance Notice, which takes the form of a checklist of relevant considerations, aims to raise a range of matters that need to be addressed in advance of an online arbitration where numerous parties are [...]
AMTAC has issued some important information for users of its arbitration services. Please click here for details.
The Australian Disputes Centre, in which AMTAC's head office sits, has issued a Precautionary Protocol with respect to the COVID-19 outbreak. This can be viewed at: https://www.disputescentre.com.au/covid-19-coronavirus-precautionary-protocol/
The Australian Disputes Centre announces the launch of its First Nations’ Mediation Panel. “This Panel of specialist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dispute resolvers builds on ADC’s work within the community and brings additional focus and resources to the significant opportunities for culturally appropriate dispute resolution” says CEO, Deborah Lockhart. Read Full Press Release on the ADC website here.
Back to the Future of Cross-Border Contracts: What 60 years of the New York Convention means for the commerce of today and the conflicts of tomorrow. The New York Convention is a global instrument, but its effects are felt on a local level, and its scope of operation is defined by the flows of international [...]