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CIArb Costs of International Arbitration Survey. Participate and obtain the results of the Survey!

The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators commenced collection of information on the costs of international commercial arbitration proceedings. The aim is to gather data which will inform parties, legal representatives, and arbitrators about the overall costs of international commercial arbitration. The survey is also gathering data about how those costs are made up, the allocation of costs by arbitrators and the extent to which these may depend upon the nature of the dispute, the seat of arbitration, the amount in dispute, the composition of the arbitral tribunal and the costs incurred prior to, and during, the arbitration.

 The findings will be analyzed and disseminated through a report and a conference, organized by CIArb, which will take place on 27 – 28 September 2011 in London, England.

 Information for participants in the survey

-          Participants are invited to complete this simple questionnaire.

-          To take part, a participant should either be a legal representative (including in house counsel) or a member of an arbitral tribunal.

-          By taking part in the survey, participants will be eligible for a discount on tickets to the Costs of International Arbitration Conference in September 2011 and will receive a copy of the completed survey results.

-          CIArb is seeking as many contributions to this survey as possible, and would therefore appreciate information on any international commercial arbitrations in which you have been involved.

-          If you have information on more than one arbitration, please complete a separate questionnaire for each arbitration. There is no limit to the number of questionnaires you may complete.

A participant can leave the questionnaire at any time and return to it simply by clicking on the link provided in the respective email.

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