The European Arbitration Chamber the main goal of which is unification and development of the international arbitration in the Eastern and Western Europe has been founded on the initiative of the European Union. The professionals with a long-term experience in the field of  ADR and  international arbitration from Belgium, France and Ukraine have teamed up to found the European Arbitration Chamber. The international nonprofit association European Arbitration Chamber has been registered by the Belgium  Ministry of Justice (Direction Générale de la législation, Royaume de Belgique Service Public Fédéral Justice # 6/SN/15.677/S).

Membership in the European Arbitration Chamber is for individual persons only. The citizens of the EU and CIS-countries, Canada, USA and Asia who are professional lawyers, partners of the law firms, international arbitrators, judges, mediators,  businessmen, representatives of political quaters, scientists and public figures are the members of the European Arbitration Chamber.

The International Commercial Arbitration Court (ICAC) has been established as an administrative facility of the European Arbitration Chamber. It is an independent permanent Court of Arbitration, which operates under the Regulation and articles 1676-1723 of the The Belgian Judicial Code.

The address of the ICAC's secretariat is 146 Avenu Louise, B-1050 Brussels (Belgium).

ICAC under the EACh unites the leading experts in the sphere of the international arbitration from the Eastern and Western Europe, Asia, North America. It gives an opportunity to offer the most professional arbitrators who are keenly aware of legislative, state and economic peculiarities of the  different countries.

The European Arbitration Chamber is ruled by its President and the General Members' Meetings.

EAC representative office in Poland

February 10, 2015

Good news came from Poland -  the Board of Directors of the European Arbitration Chamber decided to open an official representative office of EAC in Lodz, Poland. It is the sixth EAC’s representative in the world.
One of the main objectives of the EAC’s representative office is organizational and coordination activities aimed to promote settlement of commercial disputes in International Commercial Arbitration Court under the EAC.

ICAC under EAC

January 20, 2015

Dear Colleagues, we are pleased to inform that the International Commercial Arbitration Court under the European Arbitration Chamber currently is in the active phase of its activities related to settlement of international commercial disputes

United Nations tribunal starts arbitration process on Philippines -China sea dispute

July 16, 2013

A United Nations tribunal has been convened in the Netherlands to look into a complaint filed by the Philippines questioning the legality of China's massive territorial claim in the resource-rich South China Sea.
"The Philippine government is pleased that the Arbitral Tribunal is now formally constituted, and that the arbitration process has begun," Foreign Affairs spokesman Raul Hernandez told a press briefing Tuesday.

SINGAPORE: boom in arbitration

February 14, 2013

For years, Singapore and Hong Kong have jostled to become Asia's biggest financial centre. But now, competition is heating up in another area - international arbitration.
An increasing number of firms are looking to solve their disputes in courts close to where they do business - and Singapore has seen a spike in business.
The Singapore International Arbitration Centre posted a record-high figure of $2.9bn (?1.9bn) worth of new cases last year as the number of new cases jumped by 25% to 235 in 2012, from 188 in 2011.