The FIMC is now available also for maritime disputes

The Florence International Mediation Chamber (FIMC) also comes on the Tuscan coast. In fact, the Chamber of Commerce of Maremma and the Tyrrhenian and the Chamber of Commerce of Florence have signed an agreement to offer also to the companies of the territory the possibility to submitting an Application of…

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Room with a view – an Australian perspective

 

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Find below an article published on ADR Research Network about the Florence International Mediation Chamber (FIMC) and the Chamber of Commerce of Florence domestic mediation service.

We’re humbled and appreciative of the author, Mrs. Rosemary Howell,  on how she tells the story of Italian legislation in the field of mediation  and conveys  the spirit in which the Chamber of commerce of Florence carries out its work in providing domestic and international mediation services.

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Learning from our Italian colleagues – and a ‘Room with a View’

Vienna Session of Uncitral Working Group II on Enforceability of International Settlement Agreement Reached Through Mediation – date in New York on February 2017

The Vienna session of Uncitral Working Group II closed on Friday the 23rd September. During the two weeks session the WG II has widely discussed about the preparation of an instrument on enforceability of settlement agreement reached through international mediation proceedings. The most important issues addressed where about the form…

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FIMC talks about international mediation with the Italian specialized press

Italian specialised press shows a growing interest in mediation as a commercial dispute resolution system. An exhaustive article published in “Italia Oggi” on  Monday August the 8th highlights the advantages of choosing to resolve commercial disputes through mediation, from the perspective of skilled international lawyers, in-house counsels, arbitrators and mediators,…

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Association Internationale des Jurists du Droit de la Vigne et du Vin (AIDV) conference – Siena

Wine law stakeholders will meet in Siena from Friday the 16th to Sunday the 18th September in occasion of the annual AIDV  conference to debate about the most current topics regarding  wine market legal issues. The program also includes a debate on  the role of ADR in  wine disputes. The…

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FIMC AT THE UNCITRAL WORKING GROUP II FINAL SESSION ON ENFORCEMENT OF SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS

The FIMC will be present as observer at the final session of  UNCITRAL Working Group II (arbitration and conciliation) on the preparation of an instrument of enforcement of settlement agreements arising from international mediation procedures.The session will take place at the Vienna International Centre from September the 12nd to September…

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SOME SPECIFIC PRACTICE AREAS FOR THE MEDIATORS OF FIMC

The Florence International Mediation Chamber would like to launch a new project: start specific lists of Areas in our general list of Mediators. Those who are practicing mediation in the Wine Industry, Agriculture, Fashion & Design, Manufacturing and IP will be inserted in these specific lists and so it will…

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450 students unmask the illicit market of fake products

Fakes and copies of high quality products can be found on every street in today’s society. With the increase in the number of people involved in this illicit market, the stamp “made in Italy” loses it’s powerful significance. This is why the Florence Chamber of Commerce organized a project involving…

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Celebrating the State of the Union 2016

Saturday the 7th of May marked the end of the State of the Union 2016 conference in Florence Italy, which the Florence International Mediation Chamber was proud to be a sponsor of. The event was a huge success, marking the 6th anniversary of this singular event. Eminent political leaders, members…

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Establishing the LOC for the Florence Global Pound Conference

On the 3rd of May 2016 at the headquarters of the Florence Chamber of Commerce, the designated working group met in order to put in place the Local Organizing Committee (LOC) for the Global Pound Conference event (GPC) set to take place in May 2017. Representatives who attended the meeting…

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