In Hamburg und Norddeutschland gibt es mehrere "Schiedsszenen", die zum Teil nebeneinander her existieren. Die Hamburg Arbitration Drinks am 10. Juli 2017 bieten Schiedsrichterkollegen und Schiedsrechtsanwälten eine Möglichkeit zur Vernetzung bei guten Gesprächen über den Dächern von Hamburg.
Dear Young CEAC members, we - Catrice, Jonas and York -, being the new Young CEAC Co-Chairs, are pleased to finally revive the activities of Young CEAC.
The trade between Chinese and European parties has enhanced during the last years, yet it remains subject to special challenges and risks. As a backbone to this trade, arbitration provides a functional instrument to resolve disputes and the necessary security to enforce mutual rights and duties.
CEAC and CELA are in the process of reshaping our websites. We encourage you to visit our new platforms soon or contact us if you have any request in the meantime.
This is to invite you to join us for our (meanwhile traditional) CEAC Breakfast Reception on the occasion of the IBA Annual Meeting.
At the occasion of the visit of a Chinese business delegation chaired by Han Zheng (Secretary of the Communist Party of Shanghai) in June to Hamburg, Germany, CEAC Managing Director Professor Eckart Brödermann represented CEAC at an official luncheon hosted by the Mayor of Hamburg at the Town Hall.
Between February and April 2015 a Chinese translation of CEAC Managing Director Professor Eckart Brödermann's book on German and European Private International Law has been released in China.
China is one of the most important business partners of Germany. Yet, trade between Chinese and European parties is subject to special challenges and risks. Arbitration provides the backbone for such trade. As it remains difficult, if not impossible, and at least risky to enforce court judgements of China in Germany and vice versa, arbitration clauses provide the necessary security to enforce rights.
CEAC organizes its traditional Breakfast at the IBA Annual Conference jointly with Inter-Pacific Bar Association’s Arbitration Committee