What is DIAC Dubai?

The Dubai International Arbitration Centre (DIAC) is an autonomous, permanent, non-profit institution that provides the regional and international business communities a high caliber of arbitration services and facilities at an affordable price.

How do you determine the location of arbitration?

Section 20(1) gives freedom to the parties to agree on the place of arbitration. Failing any such agreement, the place of arbitration will be determined by the arbitral tribunal having regard to the circumstances of the case, including the convenience of the parties. See Section 20(2).

What is DIFC LCIA arbitration Centre?

The DIFC-LCIA was established to provide alternative dispute resolution services (Arbitration and Mediation) for local and foreign businesses in the Gulf region, and for transnational businesses from other jurisdictions doing business with companies in the region.

How do I commence ICC arbitration?

To begin an ICC Arbitration, you need to submit a “Request for Arbitration” with the Secretariat of the ICC International Court of Arbitration® at any of the offices specified below. After acknowledging receipt of a “Request,” the Secretariat will notify the respondent party or parties.

Is ICC arbitration confidential?

The ICC Rules make the hearings private, and the workings of the ICC Court confidential, but otherwise they simply provide for arbitrators to make orders in relation to confidentiality on the application of one of the parties.

Is Dubai Academic City a free zone?

Dubai International Academic City is the world’s largest free zone fully dedicated to higher education, housing the biggest global and local internationally accredited universities, and attracting students from all around the world.

What is electronic thyristor?

A thyristor is a four-layer semiconductor device, consisting of alternating P type and N type materials (PNPN). A thyristor usually has three electrodes: an anode, a cathode, and a gate (control electrode). The most common type of thyristor is the silicon-controlled rectifier (SCR).