ICC’s contribution to the first Assessment and Review of the Effectiveness of the Nagoya Protocol.
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This first volume on International Trade edited by Arthur Appleton and Patrick Macrory, is a most welcome addition to the publications on international trade law and policy.
ICC is the global business focal point to the UNFCCC and in 2017, was granted Observer Status at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), the first time a private sector organization has been admitted formally into the United Nations system.
Information Technology in International Arbitration- Report of the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR
Report of the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR Task Force on the Use of Information Technology in International Arbitration – An Updated Overview of Issues to Consider when Using Information Technology in International Arbitration
ICC messages relating to the development of global climate policy.
This policy statement discusses key issues for business at COP23.
This Note is intended to provide parties and arbitral tribunals with practical guidance concerning the conduct of arbitrations under the 2017 ICC Rules of Arbitration (“Rules”) as well as the practices of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (“Court”).
A form for noting time and travel for work completed on a case. This document will be assessed by the Court in fixing the Tribunal’s fees according to the scale in the Rules.
This Note is intended to provide parties and arbitral tribunals with information regarding administrative measures taken during proceedings administered by the International Court of Arbitration (“Court”) of the International Chamber of Commerce (“ICC”) under the ICC Rules of Arbitration in order to ensure compliance with obligations imposed on ICC by relevant regulatory authorities.
UN treaty on business and human rights: business response to elements for a draft legally binding instrument
In this statement, the international business community explains why it does not support the “elements for a draft legally binding instrument on transnational corporations and other business enterprises with respect to human rights” because they represent a big step backwards and they jeopardise the crucial consensus achieved by the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs).