International commercial arbitration is one of the fastest-growing practices at JAMS. With industry leading rules, JAMS is praised for a highly experienced panel with specialties in many key areas, multilingual case management capabilities, and unparalleled service. JAMS specializes in the resolution of international disputes and is one of the largest providers of commercial arbitration in the world.
JAMS serves both as an international arbitration institution to leading international arbitration law firms, and as a provider of international arbitrators to other arbitral bodies including AAA, ICC, LCIA, HKIAC, and for ad hoc proceedings under UNCITRAL and UNIDROIT principles.
- JAMS arbitrators work with the rules of any major institution, including our own. JAMS provides innovative International Arbitration Rules, which incorporate emergency relief procedures, summary disposition, expedited options that limit discovery and authority to impose sanctions on parties for non-compliance.
- JAMS offers award-winning case administration from an experienced team of multilingual case managers serving major seats in New York, London and dozens of other locations.
- JAMS ensures every aspect of your experience runs smoothly. JAMS offers unrivalled hearing facilities in key markets such as New York, London, Toronto, Miami, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Washington, DC and others.
- JAMS is a preferred option for international arbitration due to a unique fee structure in which there are no large upfront fees or surprise billing statements for meals, equipment, photo copies or other office expenses.
- Sample clauses referencing JAMS International Arbitration Rules are available here. The JAMS International Clause Workbook is also available to provide standard language and guidance on tailoring enforceable clauses.
JAMS mediators and arbitrators successfully resolve cases ranging in size, industry and complexity, typically achieving results more efficiently and cost effectively than through litigation. JAMS neutrals are skilled in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes including mediation, arbitration, special master, discovery referee, project neutral, and dispute review board work.