The ICDR Rules of Arbitration (“ICDR Arbitration Rules”), which may be downloaded below, are applied in arbitral proceedings when Parties have agreed to ICDR arbitration to resolve their dispute. The ICDR is the international division of the American Arbitration Association (AAA) and was established in 1996. The ICDR disposes of offices throughout the United States and overseas.
The ICDR has revised its Rules of Arbitration several times over the years, in order to adapt to changing business needs.
In 2001, the ICDR published its 2001 ICDR Arbitration Rules, which can be downloaded here: 2001 ICDR Arbitration Rules.
Two years later, it published the 2003 version of the ICDR Rules, which can be downloaded here: 2003 ICDR Arbitration Rules.
Another two years later, in 2005, the ICDR published a revised version of its rules which may be found here: 2005 ICDR Arbitration Rules.
Four years later, the ICDR published two, consecutive revised versions of its rules of arbitration, which may be downloaded here: 2008 ICDR Rules of Arbitration and 2009 ICDR International Arbitration Rules.
Finally, the 2014 ICDR Arbitration Rules, its latest as of today’s date, were published and may be downloaded here: 2014 ICDR Arbitration Rules.