USCIB is the U.S. National Committee to the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), which has long been the world’s leading organization in the field of international commercial dispute resolution. Through its affiliation with ICC, USCIB’s Arbitration Committee serves as the primary contact point in North America for information about the ICC International Court of Arbitration® (the ICC Court) and ICC’s wide range of dispute resolution services.
Serve as a contact point for the ICC Court in North America.
- Nominate Americans to serve as members of the Court and as ICC arbitrators.
- Act as a referral source for parties seeking arbitrators, mediators, experts, or counsel in ICC arbitration proceedings.
- Participate in and nominate USCIB members to serve on the ICC Arbitration Commission and ICC Arbitration Task Forces, such as the Task Force on Drafting Arbitral Awards, Task Force on Arbitrating Competition Law Issues, Task Force on IT in Arbitration, Task Force on Guidelines for ICC Expertise Proceedings, Task Force on Criminal Law and Arbitration, Task Force on Reducing Time and Costs in Complex Arbitration, Task Force on European Contract Law, and Task Force on “Amiable Composition and ex aequo et bono”.
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- Conduct regional briefings on the ICC arbitration system, and sponsor conferences for practitioners on current issues in international arbitration and ADR.
- Co-sponsor international dispute resolution seminars with international dispute resolution institutions, bar associations, corporate counsel organizations, and potential users of arbitration and other forms of ADR.
- Collaborate with the Canadian and Mexican National Committees of the ICC and with various Latin American National Committees to promote ICC arbitration and dispute resolution in the Americas.
- Participate in the trilateral NAFTA 2022 Advisory Committee on Private Commercial Disputes to promote ADR for private commercial disputes in the NAFTA region.
- Work with the U.S. Department of Commerce to distribute information on the ICC Court to commercial offices in U.S. embassies and consulates.
- Meet with officials from countries around the world to discuss the ICC’s arbitration system and other dispute resolution services.
- Identify opportunities for ICC arbitration and/or ADR to be designated as a means of dispute resolution for domain name and other e-commerce disputes and in multilateral and regional instruments, such as the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) and BITs.
- Co-host with ICC Annual Miami Conference on Dispute Resolution in Latin America.
- Co-host with ICC U.S. based conferences on ICC dispute resolution services.
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