Arbitration

  • Arbitration
    A voluntary adjudicative method of dispute resolution in which an independent, impartial and neutral third party (an arbitrator or arbitral panel) considers arguments and evidence from disputing parties, then renders a decision or award that can either binding or non-binding.
  • Administered Arbitration
    For over 30 years, the nation’s top practitioners have relied on CPR’s non–administered rules to resolve high-value, complex legal disputes. In response to users’ requests, CPR is now offering Administered Arbitration Rules for those requiring an administering authority.Learn More
  • Administered Arbitration of International Disputes
    CPR maintains its commitment to non-administered processes. However, mindful of the benefits that an arbitral institution can provide in appropriate cases, CPR has promulgated a set of administered arbitration rules to increase parties’ range of options. The CPR Rules for Administered Arbitration (July 1, 2013) and CPR Rules for Administered Arbitration of International Disputes (December 1, 2014) provide parties with the same well-designed procedures and high quality arbitrators as CPR’s non-administered options, while also allowing the parties to avail themselves of CPR’s quality multilingual staff and resources to facilitate administration of the proceedings.

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  • Non-Administered Arbitration
    Where administration is not required or desired for resolution, CPR offers assistance with the most critical element in your proceeding – the challenge of selecting the best neutral with the right set of skills. Choosing the wrong neutral can adversely affect the outcome of the dispute which, in turn, can have a long-term impact on business relationships and the bottom line. This is particularly important for arbitral proceedings because arbitral decisions are typically final and binding. Thus, selecting the right neutral is critical and should not be left to chance.Learn More
  • Appellate Arbitration Procedure
    Where administration is not required or desired for resolution, CPR offers assistance with the most critical element in your proceeding – the challenge of selecting the best neutral with the right set of skills. Choosing the wrong neutral can adversely affect the outcome of the dispute which, in turn, can have a long-term impact on business relationships and the bottom line. This is particularly important for arbitral proceedings because arbitral decisions are typically final and binding. Thus, selecting the right neutral is critical and should not be left to chance.Learn More
  • Assisted Arbitration Services
    CPR’s self-administered processes allow parties to conduct an arbitration or mediation without the help of an administering body. However, given the varying nature of complex commercial disputes, CPR provides additional services to assist parties should limited administrative help be needed. With CPR’s assisted dispute resolution services, parties can customize their processes by choosing the type and amount of assistance that is needed for each proceeding.Learn More