The ICC Dispute Resolution channel of ICC Digital Library is a dynamic and searchable online service provided by the ICC International Court of Arbitration containing more than 1000 documents from its established publications on arbitration.
The ICC Dispute Resolution channel allows you to keep up to date with the most recent publications and at the same time provides a searchable database of ICC Awards, Articles and Reports.
What is in the ICC Dispute Resolution Channel?
It contains extracts from Awards rendered by ICC arbitral tribunals, Articles providing comment and analysis on law and practice, ICC reference documents including the annual Statistical Report on ICC arbitration, Commission Reports offering guidelines and discussion on procedural and substantive issues, Secretariat Notes elucidating ICC rules and practices, and news of interest to users of ICC dispute resolution.
The Supplements to the ICC International Court of Arbitration Bulletin are special annual issues devoted to a specific topic. They contain Articles dealing with various aspects of the topic. Some Supplements also contain extracts from Awards rendered by ICC arbitral tribunals and Commission Reports.
The ICC Dispute Resolution channel also contains the complete collection of ICC Dispute Resolution Rules in one searchable location. Each set of rules defines a distinct procedure, designed to answer a specific need within the international business world. The rules included are:
The service is so easy to use and packed with vital information that you will wonder how you managed without it for so long!
Complete issues of the ICC International Court of Arbitration Bulletin from the last 10 years in English and French
All extracts from ICC arbitral awards published in the ICC International Court of Arbitration Bulletin and its Supplement since 1990
Recent Supplements to the ICC International Court of Arbitration Bulletin in English and French
Full catalogue of articles published in the Dispute Resolution Library with direct access to each article
Liber Amicorum Robert Briner
Entire contents of the Global Reflections on International Law, Commerce and Dispute Resolution
Statistical Reports of the ICC International Court of Arbitration covering the last 10 years
Latest Dossiers of the ICC Institute of World Business Law plus selected earlier titles
Published reports and guidelines from the ICC Commission on Arbitration
Complete, multi-lingual collection of ICC dispute resolution rules
Notes from the Secretariat of the ICC International Court of Arbitration containing information for parties and arbitrators
What are the Benefits for you?
The ICC Dispute Resolution Library is available on an annual subscription basis.
Single User - 1200 Euros per user per year
Multiple Subscriptions within the same organisation*:
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750 Euros per user per year
600 Euros per user per year
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