👉 What is the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR)?
The International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) is the international division of the largest arbitral institution in the world, the American Arbitration Association (AAA).
As the world’s leading source of alternative dispute resolution education, the ICDR-AAA provides arbitrators, advocates, counsel, and other professionals with a wide spectrum of learnings, training events, and resources.
These international arbitration awards will be an important element for the study and advancement of global conflict management across numerous business sectors and industries.
👉 What does the partnership between ICDR & Jus Mundi offer?
The International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR), the international division of the American Arbitration Association (AAA), and Jus Mundi have united to make non-confidential ICDR international arbitration awards and related documents made as of June 25, 2022, freely available to the global legal and business community.
👉 What does the partnership mean for you?
More content: You will have access to more key resources to boost your commercial arbitration research.
More transparency: You will appreciate the increase in transparency in commercial arbitration
More efficiency: Jus Mundi’s AI-powered technology enables efficient legal research and due diligence with increased confidence.
👉 Why did ICDR choose Jus Mundi?
Jus Mundi will give the select ICDR awards added value by highlighting important searchable points of data from these awards, shedding light on the efficiency, due process, and justice of the dispute resolution process.
The partnership will increase the availability of select ICDR international arbitration awards, in compliance with the ICDR’s International Arbitration Rules.
👉 How does the partnership between ICDR & Jus Mundi work?
Parties and the award:
Parties do not object to the publication of the award or the ICDR international award becomes public during the course of enforcement or otherwise. The ICDR provides the parties with an opportunity to object to the publication of awards in writing within six months from the date of the award.
Personal data is pseudonymized or anonymized:
Any personal data in the awards and related documents is redacted via pseudonymization or anonymization where appropriate. This ensures that only necessary and pre-approved details and names are published in the public domain. The name and details of arbitrators and the name and cities of parties’ law firms are not redacted.
ICDR endorses the digital version of the award:
Following pseudonymization or anonymization, Jus Mundi converts the award or related document into a digital document which is endorsed by the ICDR.
Publication of the award on Jus Mundi:
With final checks and approval from the ICDR, Jus Mundi publishes the ICDR award or related ICDR document freely to the public on its website. This information is then searchable through Jus Mundi’s multilingual search engine and its other tools.
👉 Are any of these materials supposed to be confidential?
Article 40 of the ICDR’s International Arbitration Rules provides the ICDR with the ability to make an award public only with the consent of all parties or if they have become public in the course of enforcement or otherwise.
Awards will be publicly available where all parties consent, if they have otherwise become public, or if no objections are received to the publication of redacted awards within six months of the award.
👉 Where can I find the documents published under this partnership with the ICDR?
You can find the last documents by scrolling down on ICDR x Jus Mundi Partnership dedicated page.
All documents contributed under this partnership can be identified with a tag displayed on the right side of the case information that says: This document was contributed under the ICDR x Jus Mundi Partnership.
☎️ If you have any other questions about our partnership with the ICDR, do not hesitate to use our live chat, or contact our Care department (email@example.com)