ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR is a forum of experts nominated by ICC national committees that examines major issues of practical concern to international arbitration and other forms of dispute resolution.
The ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR aims to:
- Draft and revise ICC’s Arbitration, Mediation, Expert, Dispute Boards Rules and other forms of dispute resolution rules
- Study the juridical and other aspects of arbitration and alternative modes of international dispute settlement, and examine them in view of current developments
- Provide reports, guidelines and best practices on a range of topics of current relevance to the world of arbitration and ADR, with a view to improving ICC dispute resolution services
- Create a link among arbitrators, counsel and users to enable ICC dispute resolution to respond to users’ needs
- Promote ICC’s various dispute resolution services globally
The Commission’s projects for 2019-2020 include the following:
Current Task Forces on:
- Addressing Issues of Corruption in International Arbitration
- ICC Guide on National Procedures for Recognition and Enforcement of Awards under the New York Convention – Third Edition
- ADR and Arbitration
- Resolving Climate Change Related Disputes Through Arbitration and ADR
- Emergency Arbitrator Proceedings
- The Accuracy of Fact Witness Memory in International Arbitration: Current Issues and Possible Solutions (It is not officially launched yet)
The U.S. Delegates to the Commission can be found here.