Icc International Court of Arbitration

Icc International Court of Arbitration

International Court of Arbitration in International Trade

Meaning of ICC (International Court of Arbitration), according to the Dictionary of International Trade (Global Negotiator): The ICC International Court of Arbitration was created in 1923 as the arbitration body of the International Chamber of Commerce. The ICC Arbitration has administered nearly 30.000 cases involving parties and arbitrators from some 180 countries. ICC arbitration has been conceived specifically for business disputes in an international context. International Court of Arbitration supervises arbitrations held under the ICC Rules of Arbitration. It meets weekly in Paris and monitors the work of ICC arbitral tribunals, which conduct procedures is countries on all continents. The ICC Court is assisted by a Secretariat, which closely follows all cases and acts as a neutral link between the parties, arbitrators and the ICC Court. Website.

ICC International Court of Arbitration

This section provides an overview of icc international court of arbitration within the legal context of Investment Arbitration Fora in international economic law, with coverage of Adjudication and Enforcement (Principles).


Further Reading

  • Galina Zukova, “ICC International Court of Arbitration,” Elgar Encyclopedia of International Economic Law, Cheltenham Glos (United Kingdom), Northampton, MA (United States)