27 April 2020 ICC and the World Customs Organization (WCO) have issued a joint statement
24 April 2020 The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) commemorates World Intellectual Property (IP) Day,
23 April 2020 ICC has issued a collection of rapid response measures by trade finance
22 April 2020 ICC has issued a set of competition policy and enforcement measures aimed
16 April 2020 ICC and Mind the Bridge are organising the first global edition of
15 April 2020 ICC – the institutional representative of 45 million member companies – has
Global business, workers and civil society unite in call for emergency debt relief to save lives and livelihoods
10 April 2020 ICC, ITUC and Global Citizen call for World Bank and IMF Spring
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Parties using arbitration have a choice between designating an institution, such as ICC, to administer it, or proceeding ad hoc outside an institutional framework.
ICC Mediation is both adaptable and private. What’s more, anyone is able to the settlement technique—whether a company, state, state entity, international organisation or individual.
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.
The pre-arbitral referee procedure is specially designed to meet the needs of emergency cases requiring provisional measures on an urgent notice.
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