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June 04, 2008

International Dispute Negotiation: The ICC

Listen to the IDN's latest podcast, No. 28, "The ICC's New Leadership: Interview with Jason Fry". Fry is the new Secretary General of the International Chamber of Commerce's (ICC's) 85-year-old International Court of Arbitration. Established in 1919, the ICC is based in Paris, with offices worldwide. It has been a leader and innovator in global business arbitration since 1923 (about 15,000 cases.) GE's Mike McIlwrath talks with Fry about the ICC's role in ADR globally in 2008.

Posted by Brooke Powell at June 4, 2008 11:59 PM


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