The MINAC is a non-government and not-for-profit organization empowered to carry out its operations in the field of private dispute settlement. The MINAC was founded on July 2, 1960 at the MNCCI. In 1995, the Law on Foreign Trade Arbitration Court was adopted by the Parliament of Mongolia. According to this law, the Foreign Trade Arbitration Court at the MNCCI recognized the single institutional arbitration in Mongolia. Know more
Mumbai Centre for International Arbitration (MCIA)
The Mumbai Centre for International Arbitration (MCIA) is a first-of-its-kind arbitral institution in India, established in a joint initiative between the Government of Maharashtra and the domestic and international business and legal communities. Know More
Nani Palkhivala Arbitration Centre (India)
Nani Palkhivala Arbitration Centre (NPAC) is a non-profit company registered under the Companies Act 1956, with the aim of providing world class facilities to conduct arbitration proceedings and also to make it a centre of excellence in the matter of Institutional Arbitration. NPAC also provides advisory services relating to drafting and finalising arbitration agreements for Institutional Arbitration. Know more
Nepal Council of Arbitration (NEPCA)
Nepal Council of Arbitration “NEPCA” founded in 1991 is an autonomous and non-profitable organization, established to administer arbitration and other alternative methods of dispute resolution in an expeditious and less expensive manner by arranging co-operation from the concerned sector. Know more
New Zealand International Arbitration Centre (NZIAC)
The New Zealand International Arbitration Centre (NZIAC) provides an effective forum for the settlement of international trade, commerce, investment, and cross-border disputes in the Trans-Pacific region. NZIAC offers fully administered dispute resolution processes, including arbitration, mediation, and arb-med, and maintains panels of arbitrators and mediators who are recognised and respected globally as leaders in international dispute resolution. Know More
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Philippine Dispute Resolution Center, Inc.
The Philippine Dispute Resolution Center (PDRC) is a non-stock, non-profit organization incorporated in 1996 out of the Arbitration Committee of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI). PDRC promotes and encourages the use of arbitration, mediation and other modes of avoiding or settling commercial disputes such as dispute boards, and provides alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services to the business community. Know more
Qingdao Arbitration Commission
- On April 10, Qingdao Arbitration Commission is officially established. There have been 20,648 cases in total accepted by Qingdao Arbitration Commission from the establishment as of Dec 25, 2015, the overall disputed amount is 32.682 billion RMB.
- In 1997, Qingdao Arbitration Commission is ranked by the Department of Justice of Shandong Province as the Demonstration Window offering Civilized Services, the only one among the whole provincial arbitration commissions. In 2000, 2005, and 2007, it is awarded the Advanced Arbitration Commission of Shandong Province. In 2010, it is awarded as the Advanced Unit for performing administration according to law of Shandong Province. In 2011, it is awarded as the Advanced Arbitration Commission of Shandong Province. In 2010, it is awarded as the Advanced Unit for performing administration according to law of Shandong Province. In 2011, it is awarded as the Qingdao Advanced Collective for performing administration according to law in Fifth Five-year Plan in Legal Publicity. In 2012, it is awarded as the Advanced Propaganda Unit for performing administration according to law of Shandong Province. From 1998 to 2013, it is awarded continuously as the Role Model in Ethical and Cultural Progress of Qingdao. In 2014 and 2015, it is awarded as the Role Model Unit in Ethical and Cultural Progress of Qingdao. The mark of Arbitration with Affinity is ranked as the Well-known Brand of Shandong Province in 2013. The service brand, Arbitration with Affinity, is awarded as the Famous Organ Brand of Qingdao. Know more
SAARC Arbitration Council
SAARC Arbitration Council, Islamabad (SARCO) is one of the Specialized Bodies of South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC), comprising the Member States, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, People’s Republic of Bangladesh, The Kingdom of Bhutan, Republic of India, Republic of Maldives, Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, Islamic Republic of Pakistan and Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka. It is an inter-governmental body mandated to provide a legal framework/forum within the region for fair and efficient settlement of commercial, industrial, trade, banking, investment and such other disputes, as may be referred to it by the member states and their people. Know more
Seoul International Dispute Resolution Center
The Seoul International Dispute Resolution Center is a new state-of-the-art, multi-purpose hearing center in Northeast Asia. Established through the generous support of the Korean Bar Association, the Korean Commercial Arbitration Board, Seoul Metropolitan Government, and the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Korea, and with the cooperation of leading arbitral institutions including the AAA/ICDR, HKIAC, ICC, LCIA and SIAC, the Seoul IDRC sets a new standard with the most technologically-advanced and user-friendly international arbitration hearing facilities available anywhere. Know more
Shanghai Arbitration Commission (SHAC)
Shanghai Arbitration Commission was established on September 18, 1995. It is a permanent arbitration institution established under the Arbitration Law of the People’s Republic of China. Since its establishment, more than 30,000 cases have been arbitrated, and the total amount of disputes involved has reached more than 130 billion yuan.
At present, the 6th Shanghai Arbitration Commission is composed of 9 legal, economic and trade experts and celebrities (listed in the order of simplified strokes of the last name): Wang Xinfang, Ye Qing, Zhang Ye, Zhang Jiaqing, Ji Weidong, Zhou Jie, Yu Tao, Yu Weifeng Qian Qian.
Li Guoguang, former vice president of the Supreme People’s Court, Xie Tianfang, former director of the Legal Work Committee of the Standing Committee of the Shanghai People’s Congress, Qiao Xianzhi, former vice president of the Shanghai High People’s Court, and Xu Qiang, former director of the Shanghai Municipal People’s Government Legal System Office, served as honorary directors.
The office of the Shanghai Arbitration Commission is the secretariat. The Secretariat has a Case Department, an Arbitration Department 1, an Arbitration Department 2, an Arbitration Department 3, and an Administration Department.
The sixth Shanghai Arbitration Commission hired a total of 612 arbitrators. The arbitrators are famous professors, researchers, senior economists, senior accountants, senior engineers, senior lawyers, and people with rich experience in arbitration, trial, and economic management at home and abroad in the fields of law and economics. (Including futures, insurance), quality, intellectual property, construction engineering, maritime maritime, international trade, transportation, company, advertising, e-commerce, information industry,WTOaffairs and other professional fields.
The Shanghai Arbitration Commission shall abide by Chinese law, refer to international practice, and in accordance with the rules of this Association, and independently, impartially, professionally and efficiently arbitrate domestic or foreign contract disputes and other property rights disputes. The scope of cases accepted by the Shanghai Arbitration Commission is: real estate disputes, construction engineering disputes, financial disputes (including insurance, futures, securities, financing and other disputes), product quality liability disputes, intellectual property disputes (including patent, copyright, trademark and other disputes) Maritime maritime disputes, transportation disputes, and economic disputes such as international trade, international agency, international engineering projects, international investment, and international technical cooperation.
The Shanghai Arbitration Commission wholeheartedly provides high-quality and efficient arbitration services to the parties. Know more