Use the calculator to estimate the costs in an SCC case.
The SCC offers tailored model clauses available in several different languages.
SCC Practice. Legislation, Conventions, Court Decisions and the Swedish Arbitration Portal.
The SCC is the second largest institution in the world for the administration of investor-state disputes.
The 2017 SCC Arbitration Rules are now available in Arabic.
For the 2018 issue the European Investment Law and Arbitration Review is seeking submissions specifically focusing on recent awards and on-going disputes, including submissions focusing on the Opinions and Judgments of the CJEU The 2018 Review i also focusing on current negotiations of the EU with third states.
The Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot 2018 (FIAM) was preceded by a conference co-organized and sponsored by the SCC, law firm McDermott Will & Emery Rechtsanwälte Steuerberater LLP (MWE) and Goethe University. The conference took place on 12 March 2018 and was dedicated to salient issues regarding costs in investment arbitration.
The Symposium will gather leading international arbitrators and practitioners to discuss four topics of importance to counsel, arbitrators and business people who are involved in the resolution of international commercial disputes through arbitration. SCC Secretary General Annette Magnusson will participate in a panel that will dicuss Ethics, Diversity and Counsel Behavior.
The Conference will feature 21 experts appearing in six panels. The panels will focus on: countering objections to investment arbitration, the unique aspects of disputes with the U.S. government, practical tips for enforcing awards against a sovereign, and third party funding of international and investment arbitrations.
At this Forum organized by the International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution (CPR)'s European Advisory Board and the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, in-house counsel and dispute resolution experts from various jurisdictions will discuss key aspects of successful and efficient commercial dispute prevention and resolution. Topics will include dispute prevention techniques, the efficient use of the various dispute resolution processes, the strategic partnering between in-house and outside counsel, thoughtful clause drafting, the role of arbitral and mediation institutions etc. Participants will have an opportunity to submit questions for the panelists and the Forum participants in advance of the program.