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CPR Appoints New Cyber Panel Ahead of Anticipated Increase in Data Security Disputes

The International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution, a New York-based organisation offering Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) services, has recently announced the launch of a new specialised panel of neutrals, commissioned to deal with cybersecurity disputes. The Cyber Panel is composed of experts in cyber-related areas such as data breaches and subsequent insurance claims. In a press release, Noah Hanft, President of CPR, described the new panel as guiding the “critical effort” by businesses to “prevent and/or resolve cyber-related disputes in a manner that best protects operations, customers and reputation”

ICC launches new Dispute Board Rules

Paris launch of new rules On 28 September 2015 in Paris, the ICC held a global launch event for the revised ICC Dispute Board Rules.  The event was well attended, with speakers discussing the practice and salient features of the revised rules. Against the backdrop of the increasing use of Dispute Boards in medium to long term projects, where Boards can be brought on board prior to a dispute arising in order to help speed the resolution of any issue, the revision of the rules aims to update and strengthen