The ICC e-Bulletin is published 4 times a year. It includes sections on Doctrine, Case Decisions (Awards, Procedural Orders), Global Developments, ICC Activities, Book Reviews and ICC Dispute Resolution Practice and Procedure. An editorial board of twenty arbitration and dispute resolution from all parts of the world work on the content of the Bulletin. > Read more
In response to calls for greater transparency and efficiency in arbitration, the ICC International Court of Arbitration has introduced a number of significant reforms intended to allow users to become better informed and to accelerate the arbitration process. > Read more
The hospitality industry is an economic sector of considerable importance and one that is in a constant state of change. Hotel operators must, for instance, adapt to the rapid expansion of online reservation platforms and alternative offers of accommodation. > Read more
15 awards from 11 hospitality cases. These awards are very instructive regarding the application of the termination clauses that are often found in hotel management agreements, and they provide useful information on the assessment of loss of profit in the event of early termination of an agreement. > Read more
Detailed statistics on cases filed with the ICC International Court of Arbitration and the ICC International Centre for ADR in 2015 and the dispute resolution proceedings administered by these two bodies. > Read more
An analysis of the grounds on which arbitrators have been challenged in recent ICC cases, the response of the ICC International Court of Arbitration to those challenges, and recent changes in ICC Court practice to challenges. > Read more
Extracts from nine ICC arbitral awards rendered between 1997 and 2011 in cases relating to the exploration, production and sale of oil and gas in the MENA region. They cover both industry-specific and classic contractual issues. > Read more
Awards illustrating arbitrators’ approaches to corruption,
Recent anti-corruption initiatives worldwide,
Establishing evidence of corruption.
Sentences illustrant les positions prises par les arbitres face à la corruption,
Les actions à l’échelle internationale contre la corruption,
L’administration de la preuve.
Laudos que ilustran las posiciones adoptadas por los árbitros frente a la corrupción,
Iniciativas recientes a escala internacional contra la corrupción,
Administración de las pruebas de corrupción.
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84 pages. Highlights: 2013 dispute resolution statistics, early experience of emergency arbitrator proceedings, awards on contract interpretation. Sommaire: statistiques 2013 sur le règlement des différends, les premières procédures de l’arbitre d’urgence, sentences relatives à l’interprétation des contrats. Contenido: estadísticas 2013 sobre la resolución de controversias, las primeras experiencias con el procedimiento del árbitro de emergencia, laudos sobre la interpretación de contratos. > Read more
The Secretary General, Andrea Carlevaris, and Deputy Secretary General, José Ricardo Feris, of the ICC International Court of Arbitration analyse early experience of emergency arbitrator proceedings. > Read more
Detailed statistics on cases filed with the ICC International Court of Arbitration and the ICC International Centre for ADR in 2013 and the dispute resolution proceedings administered by these two bodies.
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ICC’s New Aid to In-House Counsel in Charting a Course for Dispute Resolution, written by Karl Hennessee. A leading in-house counsel discusses how the ICC Guide can help empower in-house counsel when planning and managing disputes. Guide included as annexe.
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In this article François Vincke, Vice-Chair of ICC’s Commission on Corporate Responsibility and Anti-Corruption, traces the development of instruments to combat corruption and looks at the kinds of issues arbitrators may need to address when faced with allegations and suspicions of corruption.
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Vladimir Khvalei, a leading dispute resolution practitioner and Vice-President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, lists the circumstances arbitrators should look out for when suspicions of corruption arise in the disputes before them and proposes a modus operandi for evaluating such circumstances.
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The General Counsel and former Managing Counsel of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, Emmanuel Jolivet and Christian Albanesi, look at the approaches taken by arbitrators faced with issues of corruption in ICC cases and the controls and safeguards available to the institution to prevent arbitration from being used to further corruption. > Read more