Arbitration and Conciliation Center
We kindly inform that as from November 12, 2021, all submissions of Requests for Arbitration must pay an Initial Registration Fee equivalent to USD. 500 (Five Hundred American Dollars), according to art. 1 of the Tariff of Administrative Expenses.
The corresponding payment can be made by check or bank transfer, payable to Cámara Nacional de Comercio y Servicios de Paraguayo, RUC 800254848, Vision Banco, Cta. Cte. in USD Nº 900335633.
We kindly inform that as of November 12, 2021, all Arbitration Requirements filings must pay an Initial Registration Fee equivalent to USD. 500 (five hundred US dollars), according to art. 1 of the Administrative Expenses Tariff.
The Arbitration and Mediation Center of Paraguay (CAMP), under the National Chamber of Commerce and Services of Paraguay (CNCSP), is a private non-profit entity, constituted to promote in an institutionalized manner the application of Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods in society, whose advantages lie in its speed, confidentiality, informality, flexibility, economy and specialty.
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Arbitration is a procedure whereby a dispute is submitted, by agreement of the parties, to an arbitrator or to a tribunal of several arbitrators who render a decision on the dispute that is binding on the parties. By choosing arbitration, the parties opt for a private dispute resolution procedure instead of going to court.
In addition to selecting arbitrators of the appropriate nationality, the parties can specify such important elements as the applicable law, language and place of arbitration. This ensures that neither party enjoys the advantages of bringing the case before their national courts.
The WIPO Arbitration Rules specifically protect the confidentiality of the existence of the arbitration, the disclosures made during the arbitration, and the award. In certain circumstances, the WIPO Arbitration Rules allow a party to restrict access to trade secrets or other confidential information submitted to the arbitral tribunal or to counsel ruling on its confidentiality before the arbitral tribunal.
WIPO ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) procedures are specialized, flexible and confidential. Their consensual nature often results in a less adversarial process, allowing parties to begin, continue and even improve their business relationships. When managed well, ADR saves time and money. Read more about the advantages of ADR.
WIPO’s ADR procedures have been used by multinational companies, SMEs and start-ups from different industries and sectors, artists and inventors, R&D centers, universities, producers and collective management organizations. Learn more about the WIPO Center’s experience.
The WIPO Center makes available information on case filing procedures and guidelines to facilitate a direct settlement or the submission of your dispute to WIPO mediation, arbitration or expert determination. The WIPO Center also offers Good Offices services.
Although the decision Ali Riza et al. v. Turkey (“Riza”) – issued by the European Court of Human Rights (“ECtHR”) last January 28, 2020 – only refers to instances of dispute resolution of a sports nature in Turkey, read in conjunction with the decision Mutu and Pechstein v. Switzerland (“Mutu and Pechstein”) of October 2, 2018, is very interesting, as it seems to point to a major impact on the structure and organization of sports arbitration instances on a broader geographical scale. Giulio Palermo*, an expert lawyer in international arbitration, tells us more details in the following interview.
Both decisions (i.e. Riza and Riza and Mutu and Pechstein) emphasize, among other issues, the structural independence that must characterize an arbitral institution based on the guarantees of Art. 6(1) of the European Convention on Human Rights (“ECHR”).
This excessive intrusion by the Board into the internal dispute resolution bodies resulted in a structural imbalance between athletes and federations which, among other elements, has led the ECtHR to find a violation of Art. 6(1) ECHR, with the exception of the dissenting vote of one of the judges.