Administered Arbitration of International Disputes

The International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR) Rules for Administered Arbitration of International Disputes are intended in particular for use in commercial arbitrations and are designed to assure the expeditious and economical conduct of proceedings. CPR has responded to the needs and concerns of the global business community with a new set of Rules for Administered Arbitration of International Disputes, effective December 1, 2014, for use in cross-border business disputes. These new Rules, developed by expert in-house and law firm practitioners, represent another option in CPR’s dispute resolution toolbox. The new Rules reflect best practices, including the arbitration work of UNCITRAL, and address current issues in international arbitration, such as arbitrator impartiality, lengthy time frames to reach resolution, and burdensome and unpredictable administrative costs and requirements.

You now also have the option to file cases pursuant to the CPR Administered Arbitration Rules for International Disputes with CEDR (Centre for Efficient Dispute Resolution) in London.  Click HERE for more information and for a link to file.   

BREAKING NEWS: CPR CAPTURES 2016 GAR INNOVATION AWARD for CPR’s unique Screened Selection Process, which enables parties to appoint arbitrators without them knowing who chose them.