ICC Arbitral Tribunals
Increasing the information available to parties, the business community at large and academia is key in ensuring that arbitration remains a trusted tool to facilitate trade. This directory provides key information on ICC arbitration cases without compromising expectations of confidentiality.
Information provided in ICC cases registered as of 1 January 2016: (i) the names of the arbitrators, (ii) their nationality, (iii) their role within a tribunal, (iv) the method of their appointment, and (v) whether the arbitration is pending or closed.
Additional information provided in ICC cases registered as of 1 January 2020*: (vi) the sector of industry involved and (vii) counsel representing the parties in the case.
This information will be published after the Terms of Reference have been transmitted to, or approved by, the Court and will be updated in the event of a change in the arbitral tribunal’s composition or party representation. For cases administered in accordance with the Expedited Procedural Provisions, information will be published after the Case Management Conference has taken place. This information will remain on the ICC website after the closure of the arbitration unless the concerned individual requests its erasure in accordance with applicable data protection regulations.
Case ID: the referenced case ID is generated for publication purposes only and does not reflect the confidential ICC case number.
Appointment method: arbitrators may have been appointed by the Court either directly or upon the proposal of an ICC National Committee; upon nomination by Claimant(s), Respondent(s), the parties or the co-arbitrators; or by an appointing authority.
* The publication of additional fields is applicable for cases registered as of 1 January 2020 (initially foreseen as of 1 July 2019 as indicated ICC Note to Parties and Arbitral Tribunals on the Conduct of the Arbitration). Click here to consult section III.C of the ICC Note to Parties and Arbitral Tribunals on the Conduct of the Arbitration pursuant to the ICC Rules.
- Israel ; United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)
- United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)