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Arbitration at CI-MAC

Arbitration is a method of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in which parties involved in a legal dispute agree to have their case heard and resolved by a neutral third party known as an arbitrator or a panel of arbitrators, rather than pursuing litigation in a court of law. Arbitration offers a private and often more streamlined way to resolve disputes outside of the traditional judicial system. 

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Institutional Arbitration

We administer arbitrations under the CI-MAC Rules, aiming to ensure their effective application and to provide comprehensive support to both parties and arbitrators in navigating procedural challenges. Our dedicated Secretariat comprises seasoned international legal experts and support staff who work hard to enhance efficiency, manage time and costs, and facilitate enforcement. This commitment keeps us attuned to the needs and priorities of clients worldwide. Our services include online case management, versatile online platforms, flexible hearing options (in-person, hybrid, and virtual), transcription services, tribunal secretaries, optional appointment as appointing authority, and a range of other valuable resources to facilitate the arbitration process.

Other Arbitration

Whether you are involved in ad hoc arbitration or arbitration administered by another institution but physically held in Cayman, our services extend beyond administering arbitrations; we offer facility rental, transcription services, translation services, and cutting-edge online platforms to facilitate every aspect of your dispute resolution journey. We empower you with the tools and resources to navigate the arbitration process efficiently and effectively, ensuring a fair and equitable resolution.

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