USCIB is the U.S. National Committee to the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and so is also known as ICC USA in that context. Among other things, it:
- Provides U.S. business views on international dispute resolution policy, conventions, and papers;
- Operates an Arbitration Committee, with a chair and various regional and topical sub-committee chairs, through which its arbitration-related activities are principally conducted and managed;
- Nominates U.S. members to the ICC International Court of Arbitration;
- Nominates U.S. members to serve on the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR and its Task Forces;
- Maintains a database of U.S. neutrals and non-U.S. neutrals residing in the U.S.;
- Nominates U.S. neutrals to serve in ICC cases, through its Nominations Commission; and
- Acts as a referral source for parties seeking neutrals to serve in ICC arbitration.
USCIB/ICC USA engages in the following matters:
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