Below is a list of the most recent news items:
A new overview on NAI summary arbitral proceedings has been published. You will find, amongst other information, the latest developments on numbers and sort of cases.
SAVE THE DATE! Netherlands Arbitration Institute (NAI) and Young NAI End-of-Year meeting 2019. Thursday 12 December at the Van Doorne offices in Amsterdam!
The Netherlands Arbitration Institute proudly announces the appointment of Camilla Perera - De Wit, as its Secretary General / Director.
28 June 2019 the NAI’s 70th anniversary will be celebrated (in Dutch).
The website of the Court of Arbitration for Art (CAfA) has been launched today. Visit www.CAfA.world for more information.
On 21 March 2019 the joint NAI and CEPANI colloquium “Do Arbitral Awards reveal the truth?” will take place.
A new NAI Newsletter has been published including the New Year’s Greetings, information about CAfA and the announcement for the NAI-CEPANI Colloquium.
On 13 December 2018 the annual end-of-year-meeting took place. Jan Eijsbouts and Martijn Scheltema discussed the topic ‘Arbitration, a solution for international business and human rights disputes’. The venue for the meeting was at the offices of Pels Rijcken & Droogleever Fortuijn N.V., followed by a walking dinner in ‘Madame Moustache’, both located in The Hague.
On Friday 23 November 2018 another NAI Basic course took place. The course is in Dutch. The program can be found here.
A new NAI Newsletter has been published including invitations for the end-of-year-meeting and the Basic Course and the vacancy for the NAI Director.
As from this fall, the NAI will administrate Court of Arbitration for Art (CAfA) arbitrations and mediations. If you would like to become a CAfA arbitrator or mediator, you can find more information here.
On 5 July 2018 the NAI Young Arbitration Practitioners event took place at the Law Faculty of Leiden University. Lucy Keane discussed “The Art of Cross-Examination” in an interactive setting.
A new NAI Newsletter has been published including a message from the chair of the Advisory Board and the summary annual report 2017.
A new NAI Newsletter has been published including information about the NAI and about an academic prize organised by CEPANI.
The NAI and NAI Young Arbitration Practitioners end-of-year meeting will took place on 14 December 2017. Peter Ingelse and Bas van Zelst spoke about “Med-Arb: no man’s land between mediation and arbitration".
As of 24 August 2017, the secretariat of the Netherlands Arbitration Institute is based at a different location in Rotterdam. The NAI is riding high on the 34th floor of the ‘Delftse Poort’, right next to Rotterdam CS station.
Our new office address is: Weena 505, 3013 AL ROTTERDAM. Telephone number, P.O. Box and email address remain unchanged.
A new NAI Newsletter has been published including information about the relocation of the NAI, about a colloquium organised by NAI and CEPANI on 5 October 2017 as well as the end-of-year-meeting on 14 December 2017.
A new NAI Newsletter has been published including information about requesting arbitration in Russian and about a colloquium organised by NAI and CEPANI on 5 October 2017.
A new NAI Newsletter has been published. In this newsletter we briefly inform you about the new NAI Mediation Rules of 1 January 2017 and the reduction of the administration costs, ‘The Pledge’ and some additional information about the measure for decision making.
The new NAI Mediation Rules 1 January 2017 are in force.
The NAI and NAI under 40 End of Year Event took place on 8 December at the Dutch Supreme Court in The Hague, followed by dinner.
The 4th Dutch Arbitration Day was held in The Hermitage in Amsterdam on Wednesday 5 October 2016.
A new NAI Newsletter has been published. In this newsletter we briefly inform you about the annual report, information about the NAI becoming independent authority for healthcare contracting disputes, announcement for two basic courses, a save the date for NAI Jong Oranje and some information about the measure for decision making.
A new NAI Newsletter has been published. In this newsletter we briefly see in retrospect what 2015 brought us and what we wish for in 2016, furthermore you will find a brief report of the NAI and NAI Jong Oranje end-of-year-meeting, a save the date for the NAI basic course and for the colloquium CEPANI-NAI “Opening the black box of conflicts of interest”, the registry fee 2016, some information about the statement of arbitrators and a small selection of case law.
On 10 December 2015 another NAI year end meeting took place.
On Monday 12 October 2015, the first one-day basic course under the new NAI Arbitration Rules was held, during which the basics of arbitration were explained. Everyone with a current or future practice in arbitration, lawyer, technical or financial expert or otherwise is welcome to attend.
A new NAI Newsletter has been published. In this newsletter we would like to draw your attention to new NAI rules, The Hague Hearing Centre, arbitrators’ fees in proceedings to which the NAI Arbitration Rules apply, and the next meeting of the NAI and NAI Young Arbitration Practitioners (NAI Jong Oranje).
A new NAI Newsletter has been published. In this newsletter we would like to draw your attention to the NAI Annual Report, the arbitration clause and list procedure, the Global Arbitration Review Award, small claims arbitration and the next meetings of the NAI and NAI Young Arbitration Practitioners (NAI Jong Oranje).
A new NAI Newsletter has been published. In this newsletter we would like to draw your attention to the (English translation of) the NAI Arbitration Rules, the Binding Advice Rules, the beginning and the end of a NAI Arbitration and the next meeting of NAI Young Arbitration Practitioners (NAI Jong Oranje).
During the rush hour course, an explanation will be given on the new NAI Arbitration Rules in the context of the revised Arbitration Act. The discussion will include what has changed, how the regulations relate to the law and some background information. more info >
The new Binding Advice Rules are in force. The English translation will be available soon.
As of 1 January 2015 the fee for deposit of an award will be € 122.-.