CHANG LAW Co-Sponsors Young ICCA Event in Los Angeles

UPDATE: Global Arbitration Review (GAR, paid site) has published an in-depth report on the Young ICCA event in Los Angeles, which further elaborates on the comments made by the distinguished panelists.

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CHANG LAW was pleased to sponsor the Young ICCA conference “Developing an International Arbitration Practice in California.” The Young ICCA event in Los Angeles on 14 March 2018 was organized to discuss how to build an international arbitration practice in California. Folded within this topic, the conference also discussed the recent proposed amendments to the California International Arbitration and Conciliation Act (“CIACA”) pending before the California legislature that would enhance the desirability […]

CHANG LAW Co-Sponsors Young ICCA Event in Los Angeles 2018-05-18T17:08:20+00:00

Proposed Changes to the California International Arbitration and Conciliation Act

International Arbitration In California

Important changes are afoot for international commercial arbitration in California. The California Legislature is contemplating changes to the California International Arbitration and Conciliation Act (CIACA). CIACA is based on the UNCITRAL Model Law and the new amendment is designed to make California an even more convenient jurisdiction for international arbitrations.

As recently reported in the New York Times, California reached a milestone last week, becoming the world’s fifth largest economy, ahead of Great Britain. With a diverse economy and a unique position straddling Canada, Mexico and the Asia Pacific, California is a global driver of commercial activity. High quality dispute resolution services […]

Proposed Changes to the California International Arbitration and Conciliation Act 2018-05-08T23:42:25+00:00