Fast Track Procedures: A New Trend in Institutional Arbitration

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This article was first published in Dispute Resolution International, Vol 11 No 2, October 2017, and is reproduced by kind permission of the International Bar Association, London, UK. © International Bar Association.

The entry into force of the highly anticipated International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Expedited Procedure Provisions on 1 March 2017 has been one of the latest issues to spark debate within the international arbitration community. After recent widespread interest in issues such as third party funding, emergency arbitrators and a potential appeal mechanism, fast track arbitration is now receiving close attention from both practitioners and arbitral institutions.

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