Role of the ICC Centre for ADR
Parties can use the ICC Dispute Board (DB) Rules without recourse to the ICC International Centre for ADR. The Centre, however, is available for specific functions and should problems arise.
Types of request
ICC may be called upon to:
- Appoint a DB member
This request should include a copy of the parties’ agreement to establish a Dispute Board in accordance with the ICC Dispute Board Rules and any observations, comments or requests relevant to the appointment.
- Decide on a challenge of a DB member
This request should include a copy of the parties’ agreement, grounds for the challenge, names of the DB members, and the full contact details of all parties and possible related entities.
- Review a DB Decision as to form
This request may be coupled with a Request on a challenge of a DB member and should include a copy of the parties’ agreement, grounds for the review, names of the DB members, and the full contact details of all parties and possible related entities.
- Fix the fees of the DB Members
Where to send the requests
The requests should be sent by mail to the ICC International Centre for ADR at:
33-43 avenue du Président Wilson
75116 Paris France
Or by fax by +33 1 49 53 29 29 to the attention of the ICC International Centre for ADR.
Each request must be accompanied by a non-refundable payment of US$3,000.
The payment must originate from the party to the case.
ICC is bound to operate in conformity with applicable sanctions regulations, such as those imposed by the United Nations, European Union and Office of Foreign Assets Control. If parties have reasonable doubt that a sanction’s regime is applicable to their request, they must inform ICC in advance. This means prior to submitting any such request and prior to paying the respective filing fee. In such case, please contact DRSCompliance@iccwbo.org.
The ICC International Court of Arbitration® and International Centre for ADR compliance policies and procedures can be found here. Payment details are available here.