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Public entities and gender equality move Brasília

At the heart of Brazil’s map, the capital of the country was, in August, the stage of the debate on three essential themes for CAM-CCBC: arbitration involving public entities, mediation and gender equality. One of the highlights of the month was the 18th International...

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Duncan Speller and Matthieu de Boisessón attended CAM-CCBC

International arbitration was one of the hot topics in August at CAM-CCBC. The institution welcomed renowned experts at its headquarters, in events that consolidate the entity as one of the main centers of debate on arbitration proceedings in the country. On 08/14, lawyer and arbitrator Matthieu de Boisessón addressed the application of French law principles in international arbitration, in a conversation with Professor Vera Fradera and Professor Thiago Marinho Nunes.

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CAM-CCBC now welcomes international students

CAM-CCBC is building another bridge to strengthen the relationship between Brazilian arbitration and international arbitration. The new initiative is the international internship, dedicated to receiving professionals enrolled in courses abroad. One of the goals of the project is for these attorneys to become familiar with Brazil’s arbitration and to help disseminate best practices abroad.

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Which decision would you take if you were the president of CAM-CCBC?

The Arbitration Academy course is held in one of the most famous European cities concerning International Arbitration, bringing together teachers from some of the largest arbitration chambers in the world. Who doesn’t dream of being a student in such a program? Based in Paris, it is almost like a collector’s edition, with classes organized only once a year. In 2019, CAM-CCBC was the first Brazilian Chamber to integrate the course, represented by its president Eleonora Coelho.

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CAM announces the formation of arbitration tribunals on their website

Publishing administrative resolutions is one of CAM-CCBC’s most important practices, as each resolution – complementary to the Center’s Arbitration Rules – is the result of intense internal debate and study. By publicizing the rules produced for each new theme, the Center values transparency and approaches the arbitration community.

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Brazilians at the center of ADR world competitions

One of the personalities most associated with Vienna in History is the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud (1856-1939), who lived about 70 years in the city. But when it comes to Law, the Austrian capital exchanges the traditional divan for the negotiating, mediation and arbitration tables.

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CAM grants incentive for ongoing participation in Austria

The search for Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) methods points to growth among Brazilian companies. As one of the protagonists of this uptrend, CAM-CCBC has been offering tools for those who want to deepen their knowledge on the topic. One of the most recent initiatives is the two scholarships for the “International Dispute Professional Academy” course, with onsite classes in Vienna, Austria.

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China is one of the main themes of international arbitration roadmap

The evolution of arbitration in Brazil depends on a strong brand abroad, where CAM-CCBC follows trends, establishes cooperation agreements and discloses the consolidation of the sector in the country. In May alone, representatives of the institution went to Portugal, Finland and Paraguay for meetings that strengthened connections with arbitration from several countries, including China, Brazil’s largest trading partner.

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