The Commission on Arbitration aims to create a forum for experts to pool ideas and impact new policy on practical issues relating to international arbitration, the settlement of international business disputes and the legal and procedural aspects of arbitration. The Commission also aims to examine ICC dispute settlement services in view of current developments, including new technologies.
What do we do:
As a forum for pooling ideas on issues relating to international arbitration and other forms of dispute resolution, the Commission aims to:
1. promote on a worldwide scale the settlement of international business disputes by means of ICC arbitration, mediation,
expertise, dispute boards and other forms of ADR;
2.study the juridical aspects of arbitration and other modes of settlement of disputes of an international commercial nature;
3.examine ICC dispute settlement services in view of current developments, including new technologies.
How does it work:
The ICC Commission on Arbitration and its Task Forces and Groups boast over 500 members from 90 countries, including partners in international law firms, in-house counsel, law professors, experts in different dispute resolution services, and trade executives in member companies and international organizations.ICC, as the foremost business rule-maker for international trade, sets voluntary rules that companies from all parts of the world apply to millions of transactions every year. The rules created by the Commission on Arbitration, such as the Rules of Arbitration, the ADR Rules, the Expertise Rules and the Dispute Board Rules, have become part of the legal fabric of international commerce.
For more information regarding this commission please visit: www.iccwbo.org