This note provides guidance to parties, counsel and tribunals on possible measures that may be considered to mitigate the adverse effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on ICC arbitrations
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ICC ha actualizado sus cláusulas de Fuerza Mayor y de onerosidad excesiva (hardship) para ayudar a las empresas grandes y pequeñas a redactar contractos adaptables a eventos imprevistos, como el brote de COVID-19.
ICC calls on governments to enable an immediate transition to paperless trading to mitigate the potential implications of COVID-19 related workplace restrictions on the financing of trade.
Comprehensive technical guidance to the market, reviewing provisions from several ICC rules.
A high-level, practical guide for businesses based around four ICC key principles: Plan, Adapt, Monitor and Assess (PAMA).
This document outlines the terms of reference of the Selection Committee for the President of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses, investors and markets of all size are facing uncertainty. This document outlines general considerations to be taken into account for users involved in commercial contractual relations and compliments ICC’s revised Force Majeure clauses for 2020.
ICC has issued a roadmap for G20 countries to use trade policy to fight COVID-19 and rebuild for the future
ICC’s COVID-19 Strategic Response Team has issued a practical guide for business continuity.
ICC has updated its Force Majeure and Hardship clauses to help businesses large and small draft contracts adaptable to unforeseen events such as the COVID-19 outbreak.