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La CCI lanza nuevas reglas de Procedimiento Abreviado

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

La Cámara de Comercio Internacional ofrece un nuevo procedimiento de arbitraje más rápido, fácil y simple para disputas de menor cuantía - El pasado 1 de marzo de 2017 entró en vigor el nuevo Reglamento de Arbitraje de la...more

The ICC Launches New Expedited Procedure Rules

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

The International Chamber of Commerce offers a new procedure to provide faster, easier and streamlined arbitration for smaller disputes. On 1 March 2017, the revised International Chamber of Commerce Arbitration Rules (the...more

Amendments to the ICC Rules: new Expedited Procedure effective March 1, 2017

by Dentons on

On March 1, 2017, several amendments to the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) Rules of Arbitration (ICC Rules) will take effect. The most noteworthy of these amendments is the introduction of a new Expedited Procedure...more

Know the Rules Before Playing Ball: The ICDR and AAA’s Supplementary Rules Governing Baseball-Style Arbitrations

by Reed Smith on

Baseball-style arbitration is a promising tool that encourages parties to reach an amicable resolution of their disputes. Although increasing in popularity, agreements to participate in a baseball-style arbitration often fail...more

Emergency Relief in Arbitration

by Reed Smith on

Most arbitration forums provide emergency and injunctive relief procedures for situations when the circumstances of the case do not allow for it to proceed within the standard time frame. Parties who had previously...more

Appealing an International Arbitration Award: Drafting the International Arbitration Clause, Part 4 of 4

by Locke Lord LLP on

It is generally accepted that an international arbitration award is final and binding. Unlike a court judgment that can be appealed for factual and legal review, an arbitration award typically can only be challenged based on...more

Rules for Appointing an Emergency Arbitrator: Drafting the International Arbitration Clause, Part 3 of 4

by Locke Lord LLP on

It has long been the accepted norm in international arbitration that an arbitral tribunal has the jurisdiction to order interim measures relating to the subject matter of the dispute. It also has been long accepted that a...more

Arbitrator Selection in Multiparty Disputes

by Locke Lord LLP on

Many people believe that appointing an arbitrator is the most critical decision during an arbitration. In the “typical” two-party arbitration, this objective is easily met either by choosing rules that provide for direct...more

ICCA 2014. Does “Male, Pale, And Stale” Threaten The Legitimacy Of International Arbitration? Perhaps, But There’s No Clear Path...

by Bilzin Sumberg on

On Monday, 7 April, at the 2014 ICCA Miami Conference, the international-arbitration community gathered to address the question, “Who are the arbitrators?” The answer, panel attendees were told, was “male, pale, and stale” –...more

American Arbitration Association Adopts New Appellate Rules

by Dorsey & Whitney LLP on

The American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) has now adopted Optional Appellate Arbitration Rules. The Appellate Rules, which became effective November 1, 2013, provide an optional appellate process for arbitrations before...more

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