At FICM, we understand that Arbitration, its techniques, approach and administration process has to evolve to cater to the complex disputes and the needs of this new world. Disputants and their Attorneys/Counsel count on FICM to provide highly skilled arbitrators who use FICM Managed and Administrated Arbitration Process to save time and money. FICM offers efficiency, speed, and results.
If another arbitration provider was written into your contract, call an experienced FICM Case Manager to discuss having your case administered by FICM.
FICM Arbitration Schemes
FICM can design and administer arbitration schemes for individual companies, trade organisations and government departments that meet the needs of specific industry conditions.
FICM arbitration schemes for business contact us at +918505999820 or send us your message HERE
Facilitation of Settlement in International Arbitration
FICM is at the forefront of developments in the arbitration world, working with leading practitioners, lawyers and clients to formulate new ideas and improve the quality of the arbitration service that clients receive.
The FICM Rules on the Facilitation of Settlement in International Arbitration sets out a number of measures that can be used to try and most effectively resolve disputes without the need for a full arbitration. These Rules aim to assist international cases by establishing a safe transnational standard in settlement initiatives.
These measures include the provision for a ‘mediation window’ during the arbitration and can be implemented by agreement or through inclusion in a contract clause.
FICM Optional Expedited Arbitration Procedures
FICM has taken an industry-leading role to ensure arbitration remains an attractive alternative to litigation. In order to save clients time and money, FICM has instituted procedural options that allow the crafting of a process that is commensurate with the dispute. With FICM Optional Expedited Arbitration Procedures, parties can choose a process that limits depositions, document requests and e-discovery. When parties utilizing FICM Comprehensive Arbitration Rules elect to use these procedures, they agree to the voluntary and informal exchange of all non-privileged documents and other information relevant to the dispute. These rules are an innovative step taken by FICM to guarantee that its clients can have an efficient process if they choose.