This latest ICC Report studies the experience with emergency arbitration (“EA”) proceedings and analyses all aspects, including procedural and substantive issues that may arise in EA proceedings in order to identify and examine any emerging trends and to facilitate the use of EA proceedings through increased transparency and predictability.
The Report is based on an empirical study of the first 80 ICC EA applications and benefited from contributions provided by other arbitral institutions, such as SIAC, HKIAC, LCIA, SCC and the Swiss Chamber, regarding these institution’s experiences with respective EA mechanisms.
The Report includes a summary table provided by ICC National Committees addressing questions regarding the status of EA proceedings under local laws, such as the enforceability of EA decisions and the availability of specific statutory rules.
Who should attend?
Arbitration practitioners, counsel, users and Arbitrators.