This Report of the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR is an update of a 2009 Report prepared by the Task Force ‘Guidelines for ICC Expertise Proceedings’. The Report has been updated by Erik Schäfer and David B. Wilson, co-chairs of the initial Task Force, and is now aligned with the 2021 ICC Rules of Arbitration, the ICC Expert Rules in force as from 1 February 2015, as well as recently released Commission Reports.
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ICC Arbitration and ADR Commission Report on Issues for Experts Acting Under the ICC Expert Rules or the ICC Rules of Arbitration
This Report of the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR is an update of a 2010 Report prepared by the Task Force ‘Guidelines for ICC Expertise Proceedings’. The Report has been updated by Erik Schäfer and David B. Wilson, co-chairs of the initial Task Force, and is now aligned with the 2021 ICC Rules of Arbitration, the ICC Expert Rules in force as from 1 February 2015, as well as recently released Commission Reports.
In an open letter to climate ministers ahead of the latest round of negotiations, ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton has called for a cohesive multilateral approach to carbon pricing.
The potential benefits of successfully implementing Article 6 are large and all Parties, governments, business and all stakeholders can benefit.
Article 6 is a critical piece of the Paris Agreement and offers great potential to significantly raise climate ambition and action and lower costs, by engaging the private sector and spreading finance, technology and expertise into new areas of climate action.
Accord de partenariat entre ICC et la Conférence Permanente des Chambres Consulaires Africaines et Francophones (CPCCAF)
ICC and the Standing Conference of African and French-speaking Consular Chambers (CPCCAF) have signed a partnership agreement, aiming to promote the international opening of French-speaking economies Africa and intra-African trade.
The 2021 edition of the ICC Trade Register includes a thorough market analysis based on 2019, 2020 and early 2021 data from ICC Trade Register members. In the public report, using the latest trends in default rates, ICC will examine the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic and the expected short- and medium-term outcomes, including a dedicated focus on the rise of digital trade.
Drawn from extensive consultations from ICC’s business network, these 27 recommendations provide a roadmap to enable the WTO to make the multilateral trading system better work for people and for the planet.
Leveraging Export Finance to support the delivery of the SDGs White Paper
ICC Arbitration and ADR Commission Report on the Accuracy of Fact Witness Memory in International Arbitration (Russian)
В нем рассматривается значимость вопросов памяти в международном арбитраже и описываются некоторые меры, которые можно предпринять для сохранения воспоминаний свидетелей.