What will we focus on in the coming period?

UNUM Arbitration & Mediation makes itself heard again. We would like to show you the possibilities of settling disputes through UNUM by means of arbitration or mediation. And, of course, we will be highlighting developments in the field of dispute resolution, both in the Netherlands and internationally.

What will we focus on in the coming period?

First and foremost, we are going to use the opportunity to visit people again at their companies and talk about their wishes to use arbitration procedures or mediation to solve any issue, and how UNUM can play a role in this.

We are looking at ways in which the UNUM Arbitration Rules can be improved. In that respect we will pay attention to various possible alterations. Parties and their counsel and arbitrators have made suggestions on basis of their experience when using the UNUM Arbitration Rules, which we shall consider carefully.

We are participating in the symposium organised by the law faculties of the universities of Groningen, Maastricht, Leiden and Rotterdam in cooperation with the Dutch Arbitration Association (DAA) to mark the fifth anniversary of the current Dutch arbitration law. This symposium was to be organised in 2020, 5 years after the new Dutch Arbitration Act came into force, but had to be postponed due to the pandemic. With two years more experience with this law, the discussions will be even more interesting. UNUM Chairman Marcel Verhagen will participate in the panel discussion “Annulment and Remission”.

This symposium will be held on 17 March 2022 from 1330-1730 hrs.
For more information please contact the aforementioned universities, the DAA or UNUM ( T +31 70 2051295 / E secretary@unum.world ).

On Thursday 21 April 2022, also in The Hague, UNUM, in cooperation with the DAA Maritime & Transport Committee, will organise a seminar with the topic “New insights on arbitration after the EVER GIVEN”. This event also promises to be very interesting in terms of content, with two renowned keynote speakers and a room full of critical listeners and questioners.

Keep following UNUM via the website www.unum.world , via Twitter ( @UMedarb ) or LinkedIn ( @ UNUM Transport Arbitration & Mediation ).

Please do not hesitate to contact us at secretary@unum.world or T +31 70 2051295, if you would like to learn more about what UNUM can mean for your company in regard to dispute settlement. UNUM is a professional, transparent, independent and reliable platform that might unite parties in finding a solution to resolve their dispute in mediation or provide a decision by rendering an arbitral award in order to relieve parties from an unresolved issue.

Newspage on UNUM website is now available

UNUM is a renowned foundation for dispute resolution that has offered a platform for conducting professional arbitration proceedings in the areas of shipping, shipbuilding, transport, storage, logistics and international trade for many years.

UNUM has been offering arbitration services since it was established in 1988 and has now also incorporated mediation as a service for dispute resolution.

UNUM has its roots in Rotterdam, maritime capital of Europe, and keeps office in legal center of the world The Hague, city of peace and justice.

UNUM offers a platform for modern dispute resolution in the best interests of parties that are aiming for a solid solution against reasonable costs within a reasonable period of time.

UNUM is a pioneer in using a digital platform to conduct arbitration proceedings since the year 2008. Based on experience with E-arbitration, UNUM now offers a modernized, user friendly digital dashboard for conducting arbitration proceedings. The digital platform can also be used for mediation.

UNUM Transport Arbitration & Mediation stands for a professional, transparent, independent and reliable platform that might unite parties in finding a solution to resolve their dispute in mediation or provide a decision by rendering an arbitral award in order to relieve parties from an unresolved issue.

UNUM is a dispute resolution institute that is available globally to business parties seeking adequate solutions to their disputes.

UNUM introduced new communication channels on the own website and via a LinkedIn company page with an aim to share news and developments that might be of interest to companies and individuals working in the broad maritime sector.

UNUM shall publish articles, news and interesting stories on the Newspage on the UNUM website as from today, and share this information via the LinkedIn company page (@unum-arbitration-mediation).