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The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is taking its leading dispute resolution services digital with the launch of a brand-new mobile application. The ICC Dispute Resolution Services (DRS) app is the official tool for dispute resolution and business professionals to access rules and information from both ICC’s International Court of Arbitration and Centre for ADR.

While your phone may be full of apps, here are four good reasons to download our ICC DRS app today.

  1. Get ICC’s essential resources anytime, anywhere

Getting ready to jump on a plane or head into a hearing? You can now access ICC’s most up to date rules, standard clauses, guidance notes and commission reports in just a few taps. What’s more, they’re all available in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese. Don’t have WiFi? No problem. Once downloaded, ICC’s catalogue of dispute resolution tools is easily viewable whether you’re online or offline.

  1. Calculate costs ahead of your ICC Arbitrations

Our all-in-one workspace can help organise, cite and calculate costs for your ICC Arbitrations. The easy-to-use functionality helps users quickly estimate the potential cost of an ICC Arbitration, including administrative expenses and arbitrators’ fees. All that is needed is the amount in dispute (in US dollars or Brazilian Reais), the type of procedure—ordinary or expedited—and the number of arbitrators. It’s as simple as one, two, three.

  1. Discover our roster of global events and trainings

At ICC, we do more than just help trading partners resolve their differences. We also organise a range of dispute resolution conferences and trainings throughout the world, every day, to help novice and seasoned professionals stay up-to-date with the latest regional developments and best practice tips. From browsing programmes and speaker presentations and chatting in real-time with fellow participants to arranging face-to-face meetings and participating in live polls, the ICC DRS app has everything you need to make the most out of your event experiences.

  1. Did we mention that it’s free?

ICC’s toolbox of dispute resolutions resources and services is free of charge. Plus, it’s accessible via desktop or any mobile device via the Apple App Store for iOS users or Google Play for Android users.

What are you waiting for? Swipe now to download our ICC DRS app.

For more information, please contact:

  • Charlotte Strandberg
  • Senior Project Manager, ICC Training and Conferences

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