how does it work ?
Parties do not object to the publication of the award
Pursuant to the ICC Note to Parties and Arbitral Tribunals on the Conduct of the Arbitration under the ICC Rules of Arbitration, the ICC International Court of Arbitration ensures that any party can object to the publication of awards at any time.
Personal data is pseudonymized or anonymized
Any personal data in the awards and related documents is redacted via pseudonymization or anonymization where appropriate. This ensures that only necessary and pre-approved details and names are published in the public domain. The name and details of arbitrators and the name and cities of parties’ law firms are not redacted.
ICC endorses the digital version of the award
Following pseudonymization or anonymization, Jus Mundi converts the award or related document into a digital document which is endorsed by ICC.
Publication of the award on Jus Mundi
With final checks and approval from the ICC International Court of Arbitration, Jus Mundi publishes the ICC award or related ICC document freely to the public on its website. This information is now searchable through Jus Mundi’s multilingual search engine and its other tools.