CPR PROCEDURES & CLAUSES: Administered Arbitration Rules (Effective July 1, 2013)

CPR’S FULL RANGE OF ARBITRATION OPTIONS

The International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (“CPR”) has long championed its Rules for Non-Administered Arbitration (Rev. 2007) as a means of providing for a fair, expeditious, and economical arbitration process. Hallmark features of non-administered or ad hoc rules include management of the process by the Tribunal and counsel, without the need for the involvement of a separate administering entity. To aid participants in a non-administered process when necessary, CPR offers customized services, such as arbitrator selection and a challenge procedure. For a full menu of such services, please refer to CPR’s website, www.cpradr.org.

CPR maintains its commitment to non-administered processes. However, mindful of the benefits that an arbitral institution can provide in appropriate cases, CPR has promulgated a set of administered arbitration rules to increase parties’ range of options. The CPR Rules for Administered Arbitration (July 1, 2013) provide parties with the same well-designed procedures and high quality arbitrators as CPR’s non-administered option, while also allowing the parties to avail themselves of CPR’s quality staff and resources when an administered process is desired.

Mediation and Other ADR Procedures. The following Rules are intended to govern administered arbitration proceedings. However, parties also may wish to incorporate pre-arbitral negotiation or mediation phases in their contract provisions. Parties desiring to use such procedures should consult the CPR Mediation Procedure and CPR’s Dispute Resolution Clauses (available on CPR’s website at www.cpradr.org).

To obtain a copy of any of our rules and procedures, or to find out more about our Dispute Resolution Services and fees, visit our website at www.cpradr.org or call CPR’s office at +1.212.949.6490.

CPR MODEL CLAUSES FOR ADMINISTERED ARBITRATION

A. GENERAL AND INTRODUCTORY ADMINISTERED RULES

Rule 1: Scope of Application
Rule 2: Notices
Rule 3: Commencement of Arbitration
Rule 4: Representation

B. RULES WITH RESPECT TO THE TRIBUNAL

Rule 5: Selection of Arbitrator(s) by the Parties
Rule 6: Selection of Arbitrator(s) by CPR
Rule 7: Qualifications, Challenges and Replacement of Arbitrator(s)
Rule 8: Challenges to the Jurisdiction of the Tribunal

C. RULES WITH RESPECT TO THE CONDUCT OF THE ARBITRAL PROCEEDINGS

Rule 9: General Provisions
Rule 10: Applicable Law(s) and Remedies
Rule 11: Discovery
Rule 12: Evidence and Hearings
Rule 13: Interim Measures of Protection
Rule 14: Interim Measures of Protection by a Special Arbitrator
Rule 15: The Award
Rule 16: Failure to Comply with Administered Rules

D. RULES WITH RESPECT TO COSTS AND FEES

Rule 17: Arbitrator Fees, Expenses and Deposits
Rule 18: CPR Administrative Fees and Expenses
Rule 19: Fixing and Apportionment of Costs

E. MISCELLANEOUS ADMINISTERED RULES

Rule 20: Confidentiality
Rule 21: Settlement and Mediation
Rule 22: Actions Against CPR or Arbitrator(s)
Rule 23: Waiver
Rule 24: Interpretation and Application of Administered Rules

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