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The International Arbitration Court specializes in beginning-to-end administered arbitration as a time-tested, cost-effective alternative to litigation. While the
International Arbitration Court offers high value case management services, some contracts provide for ad hoc or self-administered arbitration and we make it possible for parties in such cases to utilize various stand-alone administrative services offered by the International Arbitration Court. These services provide the International Arbitration Court high standards, but allow parties to choose only the processes suited to their specific circumstances.

Case Financial Administration Services
An option for users to access the full range of financial administration services provided by the
International Arbitration Court – without full case administration. This service provides parties with all of the benefits of having an impartial, third-party manage the financial aspects of a case, thereby supporting the continued neutrality of the arbitrator.

International Arbitration Court eDiscovery Special Master Select
Innovative, cost-effective access to the
International Arbitration Court distinguished and experienced
eDiscovery Special Master Panel to assist with managing and resolving your most complicated eDiscovery issues in litigation or arbitration.

International Arbitration Court Arbitrator Select: List Only or List and Appointment Services
Arbitrator Select: List Only or List and Appointment Services

An option for users to select the best, most appropriate arbitrator for their dispute–without additional administration by the
International Arbitration Court. This allows parties to receive a list of arbitrators whose credentials best match the criteria specified by the parties. Parties can also choose to allow the AAA to assist in appointing a mutually agreed upon arbitrator from the list provided. Fees range from $750 to $3,500 depending on the number of arbitrators and the process.

Arbitrator Challenge Review Procedures for
Non-Administered Arbitrations
Arbitrator Challenge Review Procedures for
Non-Administered Arbitrations

By utilizing the Arbitrator Challenge Review Procedures, parties to non-administered arbitrations have the option of agreeing to submit objections or challenges to an arbitrator’s continued service to the
International Arbitration Court Administrative Review Council (ARC) for determination. These procedures provide an expeditious, cost-effective alternative to having such challenges decided by a court. Fee: $3,500.

Judicial Settlement Conference

International Arbitration Court Judicial Settlement Conference provides businesses, individuals, and government agencies with an alternative dispute resolution procedure that is similar in methods to judicial settlement conferences used successfully by the courts. However, with this service parties can set their own schedule, select their own judge neutral, and devise their own remedy. Fees: Based on the hourly or daily Judicial Settlement Conference rate of the Settlement Conference Judge plus an administrative fee for the International Arbitration Court services of $75 for each hour charged.

International Arbitration Court Optional Appellate Arbitration Rules
Optional Appellate Arbitration Rules

When parties seek a more comprehensive appeal of an arbitral award, these rules allow for a streamlined, high-level review of the awards within the arbitration process. However, these rules can only be used when both parties agree to appeal. Fees: $6,000 plus the arbitral tribunal’s fees.

The following sample language provides for such appellate review assuming a standard arbitration clause is already in place:

“Notwithstanding any language to the contrary in the contract documents, the parties hereby agree: that the Underlying Award may be appealed pursuant to the
International Arbitration Court Optional Appellate Arbitration Rules (“Appellate Rules”); that the Underlying Award rendered by the arbitrator(s) shall, at a minimum, be a reasoned award; and that the Underlying Award shall not be considered final until after the time for filing the notice of appeal pursuant to the Appellate Rules has expired. Appeals must be initiated within thirty (30) days of receipt of an Underlying Award, as defined by Rule A-3 of the Appellate Rules, by filing a Notice of Appeal with any International Arbitration Court office. Following the appeal process the decision rendered by the appeal tribunal may be entered in any court having jurisdiction thereof.”

Hearing Room Rentals

International Arbitration Court maintains hearing rooms available for rental across the country, as a convenience to the parties. Availability and rates vary by the offices and can be obtained by contacting each location. Fees range from $200 per day to $1,000 per day. Please click on a city for more details.

Atlanta, GA

Boston, MA

Chicago, IL

Houston, TX

Los Angeles, CA

Miami, FL

New York, NY (Downtown)

New York, NY (Midtown)

Philadelphia, PA

San Francisco, CA

Somerset, NJ

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