👉 What is the Arbitration Court attached to the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACHCCI)?
The Arbitration Court attached to the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACHCCI) was established in 1949.
It combines an approach based on tradition, professionalism and experience, while at the same time responding to the changing realities of business across in a wide range of sectors.
👉 What does the partnership between ACHCCI & Jus Mundi offer?
The Arbitration Court attached to the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACHCCI) has partnered with Jus Mundi to make ACHCCI arbitration materials more accessible globally
👉 How does the partnership between ACHCCI & Jus Mundi work?
ACHCCI and Jus Mundi have formed the partnership following discussions on improving the global understanding of arbitration in Hungary by jointly increasing transparency while respecting confidentiality, through publishing anonymized extracts of ACHCCI arbitral awards.
This partnership will see select ACHCCI awards brought into Jus Mundi’s comprehensive international law and arbitration database.
👉 Why did ACHCCI choose Jus Mundi?
Jus Mundi is an entity well-known in the international environment that supports public access to justice using new technologies. ACHCCI is committed to grant access to non-confidential arbitration materials to facilitate the competitiveness of arbitration proceedings.
👉 What does the partnership mean for you?
Practitioners and researchers worldwide will have improved access to valuable ACHCCI resources using Jus Mundi’s advanced research tools, enhancing the accuracy and efficiency of legal research conducted worldwide involving ACHCCI’s materials.
This partnership will actively improve the understanding of Hungarian arbitration worldwide while still respecting confidentiality, through sharing anonymized extracts of arbitration awards.
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