The ICC ADR Rules are the result of discussions between dispute resolution experts and representatives of the business community from 75 countries.
Dispute Boards (DBs) are normally set up at the outset of a contract and remain in place and are remunerated throughout its duration.
ICC’s DOCDEX rules were aimed at providing an alternative dispute resolution system for parties using the ICC rules in letter of credit transactions.
The extent to which the ICC Rules for a Pre-Arbitral Referee Procedure are accepted may vary from one country to another depending on the applicable law(s).
The Request shall contain all the information that the requesting party deems appropriate to allow the Court to make the requested appointment.
The International Court of Arbitration (the “Court”) of the International Chamber of Commerce (the “ICC”) is the arbitration body attached to the ICC.
Ten years ago ICC produced an “Intellectual Property Roadmap for Business and Policy Makers.”
Of the various languages in which the ICC Rules for Expertise may be published, the English and French versions are the only official texts