Jus Mundi now covers not only International Arbitration, but Domestic Arbitration as well.
In this document, you will find all the information regarding our new metadata and our domestic arbitration coverage.
How do we decide if a case is international or domestic?
We follow the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration.
Jus Mundi provides documents for international cases, including international arbitration.
👉 What is international arbitration?
According to Article 1(3) of the UNCITRAL Model Law:
“An arbitration is “international” if:
(a) at the time of the conclusion of the agreement, the parties had their places of business in different states: or
(b)(i) the place of arbitration determined in or pursuant to the agreement is outside the state in which the parties have their places of business; or
(b)(ii) the place where a substantial part of the commercial relationship is to be performed, or in which the subject matter of the dispute is most closely connected, is a place outside the state in which the parties have their places of business; or
(c) the parties have agreed that the subject matter of the agreement relates to more than one country.”
👉 Example of an International Arbitration Case: Nutramax v. Bioiberica, ICC Case No. 23458/GR.
Our domestic arbitration coverage includes commercial arbitration based in the 🇺🇸 United States, including the following institutions: AAA, JAMS, ICDR and few Ad Hoc.
👉 Example of a domestic arbitration case: Motheral v. Waldron Electric, AAA Case No. 55-E-110-00321-02.
How do I know if a case is an international or domestic case?
In every case document available on Jus Mundi, you can see this information in the “Nature of the proceedings” field.
👉 Can I use a filter to look for Domestic or International Arbitration cases?
No, we do not have filters in our datasets to look for International or Domestic cases.
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