When commercial disputes arise, ICC’s market leading dispute resolution services can be relied on to resolve them as efficiently and economically as possible. We offer a wide choice of administered procedures as an alternative to litigation for resolving domestic and international disputes. What’s more, our globally accessible and completely neutral services are available to anyone: from individuals and private sector enterprises to states and state entities.
During a keynote speech at Tel Aviv Arbitration Week, ICC International Court of Arbitration President Claudia Salomon has warned that the “magnetic pull” of international arbitration may mean that other dispute resolution tools are not being sufficiently considered.
ICC has submitted an amicus curiae brief to provide guidance to the United States Supreme Court regarding a decision it will take that may lead to policy and practical implications on the conduct of international arbitrations worldwide.
Our rigorous approach, efficient processes and practical rules that cover every contractual issue have made us the leading arbitral institution. With teams across the globe, we stand ready to help you at any stage of your dispute.
When disputes related to trade finance instruments occur, we offer a specialised method that is confidential, quick and cost-effective called Documentary Instruments Dispute Resolution Expertise (DOCDEX).
The ICC International Centre for ADR offers three distinct services relating to experts and neutrals. They include: proposal of experts and neutrals; appointment of experts and neutrals; and administration of expert proceedings. In these instances, ICC is chosen to administer and supervise the entire expert proceedings.
Dispute boards are permanent panels set up to accompany the performance of a contract. They also assist in avoiding or overcoming disagreements and disputes. As such, we provide a variety of tools and support for establishing and operating three types of dispute boards to minimise impact and enhance trust between parties.
In an effort to protect and support a stable Internet, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (“ICANN”) has implemented a programme for the introduction of new generic Top-Level Domain Names (“gTLDs”). All disputes arising out of the application for new gTLDs will be resolved following the programme’s dispute resolution procedure: the New gTLD Dispute Resolution Procedure.
We do more than help trading partners worldwide resolve their differences. We believe that in supporting people throughout their careers, we can improve and advance dispute resolution standards through the world.
We want to do more than help trading partners worldwide resolve their differences. We believe that continuous professional learning is essential to raising and maintaining global standards in the field of international dispute resolution.