Constitution of the CAM-CCBC Mediation Advisory Board
Ref.: Constitution of the CAM-CCBC Mediation Advisory Board
The President of the Center for Arbitration and Mediation of the Chamber of Commerce Brazil-Canada (“CAM-CCBC”), exercising its powers under Article 2.7 of the CAM-CCBC Arbitration Rules adopted on September 1st, 2011, with amendments approved on April 28th, 2016, decides to establish the Special Commission, hereinafter referred as CAM-CCBC Mediation AdvisoryAboard, which will be regulated by its own Rules of Procedure, approved at its first meeting.
The attributions of the Mediation Advisory Boardwill be detailed in its Rules of Procedure, and it is within its remit to assist the CAM-CCBC Board in its tasks, suggesting measures and policies that strengthen the prestige of CAM-CCBC and the good quality of the services provided in the administration of Mediation procedures.
Due to the fulfillment of its activities, the Mediation Commission constituted on June 11, 2010 is hereby terminated, in minutes of the Administrative Meeting.
Due to the work carried out by its members, which included the organization and holding of events related to the dissemination and development of Mediation and the preparation of the Mediation Rules, approved on August 1, 2017, the acknowledgments of CAM-CCBC are recorded for the work developed by the Commission.
Also as provided in art. 2.7 of the Rules, members of the Mediation Advisory Board shall be invited by the CAM-CCBC Board, and the performance of their duties shall be pro bono, and their term of office shall be one (1) year, extendable for one more year.
The meetings will be convened and conducted by the Secretary General of CAM-CCBC, who will evaluate the work of the Commission, recommending that its results be converted into Administrative Resolutions, Recommendations to the Secretariat or disseminating the results of the work by the press office or media adopted by CAM-CCBC.
São Paulo, March 8, 2017.
Carlos Suplicy de Figueiredo Forbes
President of CAM-CCBC