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ICC Dispute Resolution Statistics: 2023

  • 24 June 2024

ICC Dispute Resolution 2023 Statistics

A comprehensive statistical report providing an overview of ICC’s record dispute resolution figures for 2023.

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The 2023 ICC Dispute Resolution Statistics report offers an in-depth breakdown of the numbers behind the continued growth of ICC Arbitration and ICC Mediation worldwide.

The annual ICC Dispute Resolution Statistics offer a comprehensive overview of cases managed by the ICC International Court of Arbitration and the ICC International Centre for ADR.

2023 Dispute resolution highlights

In 2023, the ICC Court registered a total of 890 new cases, marking the third-best year in its history. Of the 890 registered cases, 870 were held under the trusted ICC Rules of Arbitration and 20 under the ICC Appointing Authority Rules. The 2023 figures also revealed a record number of 189 new cases administered under the Expedited Procedure Provisions. Other significant statistics include the geographical diversity of parties and places of arbitration and the rising amount of female arbitrators.

ICC International Centre for ADR statistics

The ICC Centre registered 75 new cases under the ICC Rules of Mediation, Expert Rules, and DOCDEX Rules. The cases comprised 37 mediations, 30 expertise proceedings, five requests for DOCDEX decisions and three Dispute Board proceedings.

ICC Dispute resolution key areas of interest

The statistics highlighted in the report cover the following areas of interest:

The ICC Dispute Resolution Statistics report is publicly available for free download via the ICC DRS app or the ICC Dispute Resolution Library. Access statistical reports from previous years also via the ICC Dispute Resolution Library.