VIAC Arbitral Tribunals

VIAC Arbitral Tribunals

VIAC Arbitral Tribunals

VIAC Arbitral Tribunals

VIAC Arbitral Tribunals

VIAC Arbitral Tribunals

VIAC Arbitral Tribunals

VIAC Arbitral Tribunals

 

Um die Bestellung von Schiedsrichtern in VIAC-Schiedsverfahren transparenter zu gestalten, hat das Präsidium des VIAC beschlossen, Schiedsrichternamen aus aktuellen Verfahren zu veröffentlichen: In nachstehender Liste finden Sie die Namen der Schiedsrichter sämtlicher VIAC-Fälle, in denen bereits eine Fallübergabe an das Schiedsgericht stattgefunden hat und die am 1.1.2017 noch anhängig waren oder danach anhängig gemacht wurden. Aktualisierungen der Liste erfolgen in regelmäßigen Abständen.

Die „Case-ID“ wird pro Schiedsfall unabhängig von der tatsächlichen Fallnummer vergeben. Bei Schiedsrichtern mit derselben ID handelt es sich also um Schiedsrichter desselben Schiedsgerichts. Unter dem Stichwort „mode of appointment“ finden Sie die Information, ob die Schiedsrichter vom VIAC-Präsidium bestellt oder von den Parteien oder den Co-Schiedsrichter benannt (und danach vom Generalsekretär/Präsidium bestätigt) wurden. „Transfer of File“ gibt das Datum der Fallübergabe an den jeweiligen Schiedsrichter an. In der Spalte „Status“ finden Sie die Information, ob der betreffende Schiedsrichter noch im Fall aktiv tätig ist bzw bis zu dessen Abschluss tätig war (Status: „active“) oder aus welchen Gründen auch immer (persönliche Gründe, erfolgreicher Ablehnungsantrag, Abberufung, freiwilliger Rücktritt, Tod, etc) vorzeitig aus seinem Amt ausgeschieden ist (Status: „replaced“).

Following the call for more transparency in the appointment process of institutional arbitration, VIAC has decided to publish the names of arbitrators acting in current proceedings: In the list below you will find the names of all arbitrators acting in VIAC cases where the file has already been transferred to the arbitral tribunal and which were still pending on 1 January 2017 or were filed after this date. We will update the list regularly.

The “Case-ID” is a number independent from the actual case number. Arbitrators bearing the same IDs are members of the same arbitral tribunal. The column “mode of appointment” provides information on the appointment method, i.e. if the arbitrator has been appointed by the VIAC-Board or nominated by the parties (and confirmed by the Secretary General/Board). Under “Transfer of File“ you will find the date when the case file was handed over to the respective arbitrator. “Status“ signifies whether an arbitrator is still active in the case or was active until the termination of the proceedings (“active”) or whether his/her office was prematurely terminated without stating the reasons (be it personal, successful challenge, revocation, voluntary resignation, death etc) and he/she was thus “replaced”.

Following the call for more transparency in the appointment process of institutional arbitration, VIAC has decided to publish the names of arbitrators acting in current proceedings: In the list below you will find the names of all arbitrators acting in VIAC cases where the file has already been transferred to the arbitral tribunal and which were still pending on 1 January 2017 or were filed after this date. We will update the list regularly.

The “Case-ID” is a number independent from the actual case number. Arbitrators bearing the same IDs are members of the same arbitral tribunal. The column “mode of appointment” provides information on the appointment method, i.e. if the arbitrator has been appointed by the VIAC-Board or nominated by the parties (and confirmed by the Secretary General/Board). Under “Transfer of File“ you will find the date when the case file was handed over to the respective arbitrator. “Status“ signifies whether an arbitrator is still active in the case or was active until the termination of the proceedings (“active”) or whether his/her office was prematurely terminated without stating the reasons (be it personal, successful challenge, revocation, voluntary resignation, death etc) and he/she was thus “replaced”.

Following the call for more transparency in the appointment process of institutional arbitration, VIAC has decided to publish the names of arbitrators acting in current proceedings: In the list below you will find the names of all arbitrators acting in VIAC cases where the file has already been transferred to the arbitral tribunal and which were still pending on 1 January 2017 or were filed after this date. We will update the list regularly.

The “Case-ID” is a number independent from the actual case number. Arbitrators bearing the same IDs are members of the same arbitral tribunal. The column “mode of appointment” provides information on the appointment method, i.e. if the arbitrator has been appointed by the VIAC-Board or nominated by the parties (and confirmed by the Secretary General/Board). Under “Transfer of File“ you will find the date when the case file was handed over to the respective arbitrator. “Status“ signifies whether an arbitrator is still active in the case or was active until the termination of the proceedings (“active”) or whether his/her office was prematurely terminated without stating the reasons (be it personal, successful challenge, revocation, voluntary resignation, death etc) and he/she was thus “replaced”.

Following the call for more transparency in the appointment process of institutional arbitration, VIAC has decided to publish the names of arbitrators acting in current proceedings: In the list below you will find the names of all arbitrators acting in VIAC cases where the file has already been transferred to the arbitral tribunal and which were still pending on 1 January 2017 or were filed after this date. We will update the list regularly.

The “Case-ID” is a number independent from the actual case number. Arbitrators bearing the same IDs are members of the same arbitral tribunal. The column “mode of appointment” provides information on the appointment method, i.e. if the arbitrator has been appointed by the VIAC-Board or nominated by the parties (and confirmed by the Secretary General/Board). Under “Transfer of File“ you will find the date when the case file was handed over to the respective arbitrator. “Status“ signifies whether an arbitrator is still active in the case or was active until the termination of the proceedings (“active”) or whether his/her office was prematurely terminated without stating the reasons (be it personal, successful challenge, revocation, voluntary resignation, death etc) and he/she was thus “replaced”.

Following the call for more transparency in the appointment process of institutional arbitration, VIAC has decided to publish the names of arbitrators acting in current proceedings: In the list below you will find the names of all arbitrators acting in VIAC cases where the file has already been transferred to the arbitral tribunal and which were still pending on 1 January 2017 or were filed after this date. We will update the list regularly.

The “Case-ID” is a number independent from the actual case number. Arbitrators bearing the same IDs are members of the same arbitral tribunal. The column “mode of appointment” provides information on the appointment method, i.e. if the arbitrator has been appointed by the VIAC-Board or nominated by the parties (and confirmed by the Secretary General/Board). Under “Transfer of File“ you will find the date when the case file was handed over to the respective arbitrator. “Status“ signifies whether an arbitrator is still active in the case or was active until the termination of the proceedings (“active”) or whether his/her office was prematurely terminated without stating the reasons (be it personal, successful challenge, revocation, voluntary resignation, death etc) and he/she was thus “replaced”.

Following the call for more transparency in the appointment process of institutional arbitration, VIAC has decided to publish the names of arbitrators acting in current proceedings: In the list below you will find the names of all arbitrators acting in VIAC cases where the file has already been transferred to the arbitral tribunal and which were still pending on 1 January 2017 or were filed after this date. We will update the list regularly.

The “Case-ID” is a number independent from the actual case number. Arbitrators bearing the same IDs are members of the same arbitral tribunal. The column “mode of appointment” provides information on the appointment method, i.e. if the arbitrator has been appointed by the VIAC-Board or nominated by the parties (and confirmed by the Secretary General/Board). Under “Transfer of File“ you will find the date when the case file was handed over to the respective arbitrator. “Status“ signifies whether an arbitrator is still active in the case or was active until the termination of the proceedings (“active”) or whether his/her office was prematurely terminated without stating the reasons (be it personal, successful challenge, revocation, voluntary resignation, death etc) and he/she was thus “replaced”.

Following the call for more transparency in the appointment process of institutional arbitration, VIAC has decided to publish the names of arbitrators acting in current proceedings: In the list below you will find the names of all arbitrators acting in VIAC cases where the file has already been transferred to the arbitral tribunal and which were still pending on 1 January 2017 or were filed after this date. We will update the list regularly.

The “Case-ID” is a number independent from the actual case number. Arbitrators bearing the same IDs are members of the same arbitral tribunal. The column “mode of appointment” provides information on the appointment method, i.e. if the arbitrator has been appointed by the VIAC-Board or nominated by the parties (and confirmed by the Secretary General/Board). Under “Transfer of File“ you will find the date when the case file was handed over to the respective arbitrator. “Status“ signifies whether an arbitrator is still active in the case or was active until the termination of the proceedings (“active”) or whether his/her office was prematurely terminated without stating the reasons (be it personal, successful challenge, revocation, voluntary resignation, death etc) and he/she was thus “replaced”.

 

VIAC Arbitral Tribunals 2017