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CEPANI is the Belgian Centre for Arbitration and Mediation. After its foundation in 1969, CEPANI’s reputation has steadily grown over the years and it is now the main centre for dispute resolution in Belgium. CEPANI assists parties in dispute with all their arbitration and mediation proceedings by creating the right legal and administrative framework.

The CEPANI Arbitration Rules are now also available in Turkish. You can download them by clicking here.
The CEPANI brochure "Brussels, the European Arbitration Hub" has been translated into Portuguese. You can download it by clicking here.

CEPANI draws your kind attention to the fact that it has decided, as from the 1st of January 2015, to increase the amount of the registration costs payable when introducing a Request for Arbitration. Please find here Annex I of the CEPANI Arbitration rules in force as from the 1st of January 2015.
 

Events

20 Mar 2015
VBO/FEB, rue Ravensteinstraat 4, 1000 Brussels
12:00-14:00
23 Mar 2015
26 Mar 2015
Wabbes Room, VBO/FEB, rue Ravensteinstraat 4, 1000 Brussels
13:00 - 19:00
11 Jun 2015
VBO/FEB, rue Ravensteinstraat 4, 1000 Brussels
14:00 - 18:00
20 Oct 2015
VBO/FEB, rue Ravensteinstraat 4, 1000 Bruxelles/Brussel
13:30 - 18:00
CEPANI40
24 Nov 2015
VBO/FEB, rue Ravensteinstraat 4, 1000 Brussels
12:00-14:00
15 Mar 2016
VBO/FEB, rue Ravensteinstraat 4, 1000 Brussels
12:00-14:00
14 Jun 2016
VBO/FEB, rue Ravensteinstraat 4, 1000 Brussels
14:00-18:00

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News

06 Mar 2015

On Wednesday 4 and Thursday 5 March, ICC Belgium, CEPANI and CEPANI40 invited a delegation of Belgian arbitration practitioners to a unique visit of the International Court of Arbitration in Paris.

06 Feb 2015

Working Group II: Arbitration and Conciliation

Blog

24 Nov 2014

On 24 November 2014, Remy Gerbay, of Counsel at Enyo Law LLP/ Lecturer at Queen Mary University, discussed the nature of the role of arbitral instit