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Hogan Lovells BSTL Partner Eduardo Siqueiros Elected to International Council for Commercial Arbitration Board

09 December 2014

MEXICO CITY, MX, 9 December 2014 – Hogan Lovells BSTL is pleased to announce that partner Eduardo Siqueiros has been elected to the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA) Board. Siqueiros is among five new members from three continents. The new members will join the 40-strong ICCA Governing Board.

Members of the Governing Board are drawn from the ICCA general membership (which now numbers over 950), and are elected by the Governing Board. The election of five new members in 2015 is part of ICCA’s Transition Plan, which envisages the appointment of five new members annually through 2020.

Siqueiros is one of Mexico’s leading lawyers, focusing on commercial and investment treaty arbitration, alternative dispute resolution, insurance, and commercial and corporate law. He joined Hogan Lovells BSTL’s predecessor firm in 1980 and has extensive experience representing corporate clients in Mexico.  He frequently serves as chair on arbitration panels before many of the world’s major arbitral institutions.

For more information on the ICCA and its Governing Board click here.

About International Council for Commercial Arbitration

The International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA) is a worldwide nongovernmental organization (NGO) devoted to promoting the use and improving the processes of arbitration, conciliation and other forms of resolving international commercial disputes. Its activities include convening international arbitration congresses and conferences, sponsoring authoritative dispute resolution publications, and promoting the harmonization of arbitration and conciliation rules, laws, procedures and standards.

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