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Anna-Maria Tamminen Appointed as a Member of the ICC Court

5 July 2018

Partner Anna-Maria Tamminen has been appointed as a member of the ICC Court by the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) supreme governing body, the World Council, for the Court’s 2018-2021 term. The World Council appointed to the Court altogether 176 members from 104 countries, representing gender parity of 88 women and 88 men. The International Court of Arbitration is a leading arbitral institution. Since 1923, it has been helping to resolve difficulties in international commercial and business disputes to support trade and investment.

”I look forward to becoming involved in the work of the Court which consists of confirming, appointing, and replacing arbitrators, deciding on any challenges made against arbitrators, monitoring arbitral processes, and scrutinising and approving arbitral awards. I am very honoured and excited by this opportunity and grateful to ICC Finland for entrusting me with this role.”

Anna-Maria specialises in commercial arbitration and litigation, with a special focus on complex international disputes. She has experience in mediating, arbitrating, and litigating high-stakes commercial disputes in the fields of general commercial law, international sales, post M&A, international investment law, competition law, telecoms, and energy under various arbitral rules. In addition, Anna-Maria advises clients with regard to potential commercial and investment disputes and on the recognition, enforcement, and setting aside of arbitral awards. She also acts as arbitrator in both international and domestic disputes. Anna-Maria works out of both the Helsinki and Stockholm offices of Hannes Snellman and is admitted to practise as an attorney both in Finland and the State of New York.

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Anna-Maria Tamminen, Partner | Dispute Resolution