American Arbitration Association
International Center for Dispute Resolution
1633 Broadway
New York, NY 10019
Tel: (212) 484-3266
Fax: (212) 246-7274

The AAA performs arbitration services for international disputes under any of its specialized subject matter rules, the UNCITRAL rules or any other rules chosen by the parties. The AAA will administer arbitrations anywhere in the world. In addition, the AAA has cooperative agreements with a number of foreign arbitration institutions.

Commercial Arbitration and Mediation Center for the Americas (CAMCA)
American Arbitration Association
International Center for Dispute Resolution1633 Broadway
New York, NY 10019
Tel: (212) 484-3266
Fax: (212) 246-7274

CAMCA was created jointly by the AAA, the British Columbia International Commercial Arbitration Centre, the Queebec National and International Commercial Arbitration Centre and the Mexico City National Chamber of Commerce. It has its own arbitration rules and offers multinational panels of arbitrators and mediators. Parties who wish to use the CAMCA arbitration procedures, rules and services may file a case with any of the cooperating national institutions.

International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Court of Arbitration
ICC Court of Arbitration
38 Cours Albert 1er
75008 Paris
France
Tel: (011-331) 4953-2878
Fax: (011-331) 4953-2933

The ICC provides administrative services to facilitate the settlement of international commercial disputes. The ICC Court is based in Paris and has affiliates in 59 countries, including the United States. It will administer arbitrations under its own rules at any location selected by the parties. However, parties must file pleadings and all other paperwork at the Paris location, which serves as a clearinghouse for all documents, sets costs and fees, decides challenges to the appointment of arbitrators and approves draft arbitral awards. The ICC will review the final award to ensure that it meets the basic requirements for enforcement.

International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID)
ICSID
1818 H Street, N.W.
MSN U3-301
Washington, D.C. 20433
U.S.A.
Phone No. (202) 458-1534
Fax No. (202) 522-2615

ICSID is an autonomous international institution established under the Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of Other States with over one hundred and forty member States. The Convention sets forth ICSID's mandate, organization and core functions. The primary purpose of ICSID is to provide facilities for conciliation and arbitration of international investment disputes.

International (commercial) Arbitration (ICSNGD)
Twilight pl. Blaine, WA 98230
Phones:
+19188528287
+491771331255;
+79185531164
International Arbitrage ICSNGD4791 Twilight pl. Blaine,
WA 98230 19706 E 38th Pl Broken Arrow OK 74014.
Tel: +19183554968

International commission for regulating of non-government disputes (ICSNGD), based in Washington State, the USA (The State of Washington, USA - Certificate # 602 674 191 (Blaine wa 98230 5900)), it has official receiving in the USA, Canada, Great Britain, Germany, France, Israel, Russia, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Montenegro, and also representations in 32 countries of world, proposes to you even now to be introduced to the civilized international processes of the protection of human rights and business- interests. The European headquarters of commission are found in Strasbourg (France) and Dusseldorf (Germany).

Under the aegis ICSNGD in Washington State (USA) was also registered and licensed the international (commercial) arbitration ICSNGD (The State of Washington, USA; License # 602-674-191 (APPID: 721852)). The Permanent Court of Arbitration ICSNGD acts throughout the world in accordance with the arbitration rules YUNSITRAL from 15.12.1976 (resolution of the General Assembly of the UN 31/98), last editorial staff - 1989, by the New York convention 1958 "about the acknowledgment and the carrying out foreign arbitral award"; By European convention 1961"about the international commercial (foreign trade) arbitration", by the European convention 1966, which establishes uniform arbitration act (the arbitration rules), by the agreement "about the application of European convention "about the international commercial (foreign trade) arbitration" 1973, by the Interamerican convention "about the international commercial arbitration" 1975, by the Washington convention "about the examination of disputes on the investments between states and persons of different states" 1965 By regulations of the council of the European Union "about the jurisdiction, the acknowledgment and the forced implementation of judicial decisions by the civil and businesses" 2000, by the Roman convention "about the protection of human rights and basic freedoms" 1950 and so forth.

Inter-American Commercial Arbitration Commission (IACAC)
c/o Organization of American States,
Administration Building, Room 211
19th & Constitution Avenue N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20006
Tel: (202) 458-3249
Fax: (202) 458-3293

The IACAC operates through a network of arbitration institutions located throughout the Western Hemisphere. Each arbitration institution acts as a "National Section" of the IACAC. IACAC arbitrations are administered exclusively under the IACAC rules, which are nearly identical to the UNCITRAL rules. The IACAC maintains a panel of experienced arbitrators.

London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA)
International Dispute Resolution Centre
8 Breams Building
Chancery Lane
London
EC4A 1 HP
Tel: (011 44) 020 7405 8008
Fax: (011 44) 020 7405 8009

The LCIA is the oldest international arbitration institution. It maintains a panel of 26 experienced arbitrators from various countries and has developed its own arbitration rules. Although headquartered in London, the LCIA will establish a tribunal and administer arbitrations at any location requested by the parties under any international arbitration rules. If the LCIA administers an arbitration outside of the United Kingdom, it will be assisted by one of its regional Users' Councils.

International Center for the Resolution of Intellectual Property Disputes (WIPO Arbitration Center)
34 chemin des Colombettes
P.O. Box 18
1211 Geneva 20
Tel: (011-41-22) 338-9111
Fax: (011-41-22) 740-3700

The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is a United Nations inter-governmental organization that is responsible for promoting the protection of intellectual property throughout the world. The WIPO Center administers mediations and arbitrations of international commercial disputes involving intellectual property disputes. At the request of the parties, the WIPO Center will administer an arbitration at any location in the world, but will do so only under WIPO Arbitration Rules. The WIPO Center also offers an Expedited Arbitration Service. Expedited arbitrations are conducted in a shorter time period with only one arbitrator instead of a panel of three.

The Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC)

P.O. Box 16050
SE-103 21 Stockholm

Visiting address:
Jakobs Torg 3

Phone: +46 8 555 100 50
Fax: +46 8 566 316 50
E-mail: arbitration@chamber.se

The SCC is part of, but independent from, the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and was established in 1917. The SCC has a Board and a Secretariat. The SCC provides efficient dispute resolution services.

The SCC was recognized in the 1970's by the United States and the Soviet Union as a neutral centre for the resolution of East West trade disputes, and the SCC has since expanded its services in international commercial arbitration. In recent years the number of cases filed with the SCC has increased considerably and the SCC has emerged as one of the most important and frequently used arbitration institutions worldwide.

Today the SCC caseload includes both domestic and international arbitration cases. About 50 per cent of the cases are international in the sense that they involve at least one non-Swedish party.

THE JAPAN COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION (JCAA)

3rd Floor, Hirose Building,
3-17, Kanda Nishiki-cho, Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo 101-0054, Japan

TEL: +81-3-5280-5161
FAX: +81-3-5280-5160

Arbitral awards made in and out of Japan have the same effect as final and conclusive judgments and the enforceability of such arbitral awards is guaranteed under the Arbitration Law.

On the other hand, the enforcement in Japan of awards rendered in foreign treaty countries are also guaranteed by the multilateral treaties: "the Geneva Convention on the Execution of Foreign Arbitral Awards", known as "the Geneva Convention of 1927" and "the New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards", commonly known as "the New York Convention of 1958", both of which Japan is a signatory to. Conversely, the enforcement of arbitral awards made in Japan is guaranteed in foreign treaty countries.

Japan also has bilateral treaties with 14 countries and these treaties guarantee the enforcement in other treaty countries of arbitral awards rendered in Japan. They also guarantee the enforcement in Japan of arbitral awards made in other treaty countries. To date, there has been no case where Japanese court of law did not approve of and enforce foreign arbitral awards.

China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC),

6/F, CCOIC Building, No.2
Huapichang Hutong, Xicheng District,
Beijing, 10035, P.R. China

TEL:
86 10 64646688
80 10 82217788
FAX:
86 10 82217766
86 10 64643500

The China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC) is one of the major permanent arbitration institutions in the world. Formerly known as the Foreign Trade Arbitration Commission, the CIETAC was set up in April 1956 under the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT). To meet the needs of China's ever-developing economic and trade relations with foreign countries after the adoption of the "reform and opening-up" policy, the Foreign Trade Arbitration Commission was firstly renamed as the Foreign Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission in 1980, and then as the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission in 1988. Since 2000, the CIETAC is also known as the Arbitration Court of the China Chamber of International Commerce (CCOIC).

Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC)

32 Maxwell Road
#02-01, Maxwell Chambers
Singapore 069115

Tel: + 65 6221 8833
Fax: + 65 6224 1882

Established in 1991, the Singapore International Arbitration Centre is now one of the premier international arbitration institutions.

Provide a neutral, efficient and reliable dispute resolution service in this important regional hub that is the centre of Asia's legal and business activity.

The SIAC is now renowned for our first-rate arbitration rules, our experienced world wide panel of independent arbitrators and our commitment to excellence in serving our clients.

Arbitration administered by the SIAC is on the increase. Discover from these pages why multinational businesses choose to arbitrate in Singapore and why they choose the SIAC.

JAMS

1920 Main Street, Suite 300, Irvine,
CA 92614
Telephone 949.224.1810

JAMS mediators and arbitrators successfully resolve cases ranging in size, industry and complexity, typically achieving results more efficiently and cost effectively than through litigation. JAMS neutrals are skilled in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes including mediation, arbitration, special master, discovery referee, project neutral, and dispute review board work.