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The Asia Advisory Board (AAB) is an invitation-only board composed of FICM member representatives based throughout Asia. The AAB provides strategic direction to FICM’s activities in the region and works on initiatives of interest to FICM. The AAB develops resources, shares knowledge and best practices, networks with respect to matters of general interest, obtains and provides education and training, participates in other joint initiatives and activities and seeks strategic alliances with other institutions and organizations.
*Participation in the Asia Advisory Board is by invitation only.
Transactional lawyers craft the right ADR provisions in contract formation by exploring the utilization of dispute management techniques to prevent or address disputes in ongoing relationships, such as joint ventures.
The Transactional Dispute Group continually focuses on designing and developing practical ways to employ innovative dispute management and preventive provisions like Standing Neutrals and Deal Mediation in real-world contexts such as joint ventures.
The Healthcare and…. comprises leading practitioners, corporate counsel, academics and neutrals with experience resolving disputes among healthcare and life sciences corporations, institutions and parties involving issues specific to these entities and the complex regulatory framework in which they operate.
The Insurance Council explores ways to effectively use mediation, arbitration and other processes when resolving disputes in which insurance coverage either is the subject or otherwise affects the parties’ interests and conduct.
The council constantly works on rules for expedited arbitration of insurance disputes.
Many businesses depend on intellectual property as their lifeblood. Some IP disputes are amenable to non-judicial resolution, potentially saving costly commercial disruption.
The council works to discern where and how the modern ADR Systems are best deployed in relationships concerning patent, trademark, copyright and know-how.
consists of FICM members throughout the world and aims to enhance the quality and effectiveness of corporate mediation practice, both domestically and internationally.
Mediation Best Practices Guide for In-House Counsel: Make Mediation Work for You, a new FICM members-only guide with insider tips from in-house counsel on how to navigate every step of the mediation process.
The… works to identify qualified neutrals to serve on FICM’s Panels of Distinguished Neutrals. You may find online, FICM’s Mediation Procedure, Fast Track Rules for Mediation, and International Mediation Procedure , as well as other industry-specific protocols.
The Council consists of in-house counsel, attorneys and leading neutrals who convene to analyze and establish benchmarks to address issues of critical importance within this business segment.
In addition, the council reviews applicants to serve on FICM’s Panels of Distinguished Neutrals.
New technologies are transforming the future of dispute prevention and resolution in many different ways.
to analyze and discuss the impact of new technologies on the dispute prevention and resolution landscape, particularly the relation of smart contracts, innovation, contract management and artificial intelligence.
tdtf also focuses on matters relating to cybersecurity and data protection.
leadership group for FICM’s Young Attorneys in International Dispute Resolution program is composed of young in-house counsel and practitioners at law firms around the world.
The group promotes full spectrum of dispute resolution mechanisms with the younger generation of lawyers – i.e. those who are 45 years old or younger or those with less than eight years of professional experience in International Dispute Practice.
Through periodic seminars and other initiatives, group participants gain an insider’s look at the role of dispute management processes and practices in corporations and multinational organizations. More importantly, they have an opportunity to network with in-house counsel and experts in the field.
The Preventive Law Committee considered the questions: “What about the commercial disputes that did not happen? How were they avoided? Can lessons be learned that are generally applicable to projects and commercial relationships?” The group reviewed practices in construction and healthcare which have a proven track record of preventive practices, and developed a series of recommendations to further the understanding of conflict avoidance.
In-house employment counsel, corporate attorneys and neutrals to analyze, establish benchmarks and publish material on issues that are critically important to employment dispute resolution.
The Committee is developing best practices for workplace disputes program design and has published Arbitration and Mediation Model Procedures for the resolution of employment disputes as well as studies of corporate employment ADR programs.
Cutting Edge Advances in Resolving Workplace Disputes.
The Energy, Oil & Gas Forum analyzes and disseminates information on issues that are critically important to business practices in this field.
It has assembled an international panel of energy neutrals in sub-specialties ranging from alternative energy sources to nuclear specialties and periodically puts on programs of interest,