ICC has launched its new DOCDEX rules, a dispute resolution mechanism for trade finance.
Jurisdictional choices in times of trouble" compares the hot issues and solutions proposed by experts on arbitration and court proceedings.
Three launches will take place in three of the world's leading dispute resolution hubs in January 2015.
ICC Arbitration is a flexible and efficient dispute resolution procedure leading to binding and final decisions subject to enforcement worldwide.
Mediation is a flexible technique, conducted privately and confidentially, in which a neutral facilitator helps parties to seek a negotiated settlement of their dispute.
The ICC International Centre for ADR provides three distinct expert services: proposal or appointment of experts and neutrals and administration of expert determination proceedings.
DOCDEX provides an authoritative, quick and cost-effective settlement of documentary credit disputes, usually within two to three months.
The ICC International Centre for ADR administers disputes arising out of the Limited Public Interest Objections and Community Objections.
ICC Dispute boards are independent bodies designed to help resolve disputes when they arise during the performance of a contract.
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