ICC Perspective: Mediating Complex, Cross-Border Disputes
We are happy to announce that, also this year, the ICC International Centre for ADR will support the Prague Negotiation and Mediation Week. Apart from welcomed publicity during the ICC Mediation Competition that took place in February 2019, the Centre will be represented by one guest speaker.
Andrija Erac, the Deputy Manager of the ICC International Centre for ADR will speak about the ICC perspectives in organisation of the institutional mediation.
Andrija’s seminar Mediating Complex, Cross-Border Disputes is scheduled for Tuesday, May 28, 2019.
ICC International Centre for ADR
The ICC International Centre for ADR offers a range of services that includes mediation, expert appraisal and dispute boards. They also oversee work involving DOCDEX (Documentary Instruments Dispute Resolution Expertise).
The separation between the Court and Centre is intended to preserve the full confidentiality of mediation and arbitration proceedings—whether they are concurrent or not and if the parties do not wish the exchange of information. With a staff of experienced international lawyers, the Centre not only handles the settlement of disputes but also provides support in contract drafting.
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Andrija is a Deputy Manager at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). Within the ICC International Centre for ADR, he is responsible for accompanying businesses, states and state entities, their legal representatives and neutrals in proceedings administered under the ICC Mediation Rules, Expert, DOCDEX and Dispute Board Rules. He is a lawyer with work experience gained in international organisations as well as in the public, private and NGO sector. Before joining the ICC Andrija was working at the OECD Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs on good governance matters. Andrija earned both his bachelor and his master degree at Sciences Po and carried out his studies in France, Italy, Spain and Canada. He speaks Serbian, English, French, Spanish and Italian.