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ICC Guidance Note on Possible Measures Aimed at Mitigating the Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic

This note provides guidance to parties, counsel and tribunals on possible measures that may be considered to mitigate the adverse effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on ICC arbitrations

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Awards

Extracts from ICC arbitral awards published in the Bulletin from 1990 to date.

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Doctrine / Articles

Direct access to practical commentaries and academic studies across all publications.

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Global Developments

Dispute Resolution news from around the world ...

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ICC Activities

ICC Activities news...

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Statistical Reports

Yearly digest of facts and figures on ICC dispute resolution.

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Commission Reports

Guidelines and policy papers from ICC's rule-making and research body for dispute resolution.

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ICC DOCDEX Decisions

DOCDEX - an accelerated ICC dispute resolution system. Users involved in disputes on L/Cs can submit their disputes to ICC panels of experts, who are required to report their decision within 30 days after having received all documents.

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Enforcement Guide

Country-by-country information on local requirements and practices for enforcing awards.

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Procedural Decisions

Extracts from a selection of procedural orders issued in ICC arbitrations

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16th ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition

ICC’s biggest educational event of the year will be hosted online for the first time in 2021. The ICC Mediation Competition gathers 250+ students and coaches, as well as100+ professional mediators and mediators trainers from all over the world and a number of volunteers, sponsors and observers.

During the Competition, student teams representing 48 universities from 39 countries will compete to resolve international business disputes through mediation, guided by professional mediators under the ICC Mediation Rules. Their performance is evaluated by some of the world’s leading dispute resolution specialists who participate in the Competition as judges.

48 teams to compete in the 2021 edition have now been selected. Student applications are no longer open.

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