Understanding institutional and ad hoc arbitration

Understanding institutional and ad hoc arbitration guidance:

An ad hoc arbitration is any arbitration in which the parties have not selected an institution to administer the arbitration. This offers parties flexibility as to the...

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ARCHIVED: This Practice Note has been archived and is not maintained. This year’s Arbitration institutions annual round-up reviews some of the most significant...

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The table below sets out available statistics from the leading international arbitral institutions and other bodies on caseload and other matters. Arbitral...

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STOP PRESS: This Practice Note (including any external links) is being reviewed in light of the publication of a new schedule of costs by the Arbitration Institute of the...

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This Practice Note contains links to the current versions of the arbitration rules of a selection of major arbitral institutions as well as those of the United Nations...

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CAM-CCBC Click here to download a PDF of the Getting The Deal Through arbitration guide for CAM-CCBC. The attached Getting the Deal Through (GtDT) guide gives information...

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CEAC This Getting the Deal Through guide gives information on the Chinese European Arbitration Centre (CEAC) and its arbitration rules. It covers the role of CEAC, the...

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CEA This Getting the Deal Through guide gives information on the Spanish Court of Arbitration or Corte Española de Arbitraje (CEA) and its arbitration rules. It covers...

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CMA Click here to download a PDF of the Getting The Deal Through arbitration guide for the CMA. The attached Getting the Deal Through (GtDT) guide gives information on...

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This Practice Note provides a high-level comparison of the arbitration rules of three leading arbitration institutions in Asia: the China International Economic Trade...

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This Practice Note provides a high-level comparison of the arbitration rules of three leading arbitration institutions in Europe: the International Court of Arbitration...

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Differences and overlaps between institutional and ad hoc arbitration This Practice Note considers the key differences between institutional and ad hoc arbitration as...

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There are a significant number of different arbitral institutions, organisations and rules across the globe, and the distinctions between them are not always obvious. The...

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Confidentiality is often cited as one of the cornerstones of the arbitral process and one of the reasons why parties opt for arbitration over court litigation. The...

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Contracting parties rarely consider the fees or costs of the different arbitral institutions when drafting their arbitration agreements, although this should, ideally,...

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CRCICA arbitration Click here to download a PDF of the Getting The Deal Through (GtDT) arbitration guide for Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial...

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This Practice Note considers cybersecurity in international arbitration. An introduction to cybercrime and cybersecurity in international arbitration A single arbitration...

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Note: a revised edition of the DIS Arbitration Rules came into force on 1 March 2018. The current version of the GtGT guide will be updated in line with the publisher’s...

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Statements of case and memorials—definitions and differences In English litigation, the ‘statements of case’ are the formal written documents which set out the parties’...

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This Practice Note considers the issue of whether arbitral tribunals are empowered to strike out, summarily dismiss or expeditiously determine claims (or defences) in...

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What is emergency arbitration? In general terms, emergency relief in arbitration proceedings can usually only be ordered once the arbitral tribunal has been constituted....

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While parties may decide to refer their dispute to arbitration after it has arisen, it is more common for an arbitration agreement to be entered into at the time of...

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Why choose expedited (aka fast-track) arbitration proceedings? Parties looking to avoid a lengthy dispute resolution procedure and excessive expenditure may agree to a...

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STOP PRESS: This Practice Note (including any external links) is being reviewed in light of the publication of a new schedule of costs by the Arbitration Institute of the...

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What is institutional arbitration? An institutional arbitration is one that is administered by an institution agreed upon by the parties and conducted in accordance with...

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Interim and emergency measures are important ways in which national courts and arbitral tribunals can support the arbitration process. The term 'interim and emergency'...

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NOTE: the KLRCA revised its rules in 2017 with effect from 1 June 2017. In March 2018, following the institution’s rebranding as the Asian International Arbitration...

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This Practice Note links to a broad range of model arbitration clauses from leading, and less well-known, arbitral institutions, organisations and industry bodies. The...

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Polish Chamber of Commerce This Getting the Deal Through (GtDT) guide gives information on the Polish Chamber of Commerce (PCC) including its Court of Arbitration,...

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This Practice Note considers the limited grounds on which a party to international arbitration proceedings may apply for the correction, review and interpretation of an...

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