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Protecting and facilitating investment within the EU

Late last year, members of IMI’s Investor-State Mediation Taskforce responded to an EU Commission public consultation on “the protection and facilitation of investment within the EU”. The aim of the consultation was to “assess the current framework of investment protection, including both substantive rules and dispute settlement mechanisms”. Below you will find both the a …

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What’s Next for International Mediation in Europe?

7 August 2019 marked the signing of the United Nations (UN) Convention on International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation in Singapore. With its 53 signatories to date, the Singapore Convention on Mediation has proven to be a momentous one in signalling the feasibility of mediation as an alternative dispute resolution method for cross-border commercial disputes. …

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IMI at upcoming conference in Croatia

The conference “Alternative Dispute Resolution — Cooperation between Public Administration and the Judiciary with the Business Sector” will shortly be held in Zagreb, Croatia. IMI will be represented by Contributing Editor, Ivana Ninčić Österle, and several speakers from IMI taskforces. About the conference Date: October 23-24, 2019Location: Croatian Chamber of Trades and Crafts, Conference Hall, Zagreb, Ilica …

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Interview with Deborah Masucci about the Singapore Convention

Natalie Armstrong-Motin of Marketing Resolution recently interviewed IMI Board Co-Chair Deborah Masucci about her career and the upcoming Singapore Convention on the Enforceability of Mediated Settlement. Find the full video and transcript below. You can learn more about Marketing Resolution via Natalie’s website here: https://howtomarketmymediationpractice.com/, or visit her YouTube channel for further videos and interviews. …

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European Commission Solicits Comments to Promote Fairness and Transparency for On line Mediation

On June 27, 2018, IMI submitted comments on a proposed Regulation from the EU Commission that is intended to promote fairness and transparency between online services and their clients.  The proposed Regulation includes provisions for complaints resolution and (online) mediation, and IMI proposes that it incorporates established IMI quality standards for mediation services as followed …

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