Here you will find relevant and topical reports regarding arbitration.
Mediation is one of the types of dispute resolution services offered at the SCC. The practice note discusses developments in this area from 2017 to 2022, and analyses the revisions made to the SCC Mediation Rules which entered into force on 1 January 2023.
By Yi Ting Sam, 2024
In the global shift to green energy, rising disputes in the energy field are expected. In this Jus Mundi Energy Arbitration Report, our famous role in energy dispute resolution is discussed and current statistics on energy related disputes at the SCC is given.
By Caroline Falconer, Gaurav Majumdar, 2023
Summary procedure enables all parties to an SCC arbitration to seek a decision on discrete issues of fact or law at a preliminary stage of the proceedings, without necessarily taking all the procedural steps that would usually apply in the arbitration.This report reviews and analyses the decisions of arbitral tribunals upon requests from the parties for summary procedure from 2017 to 2022.
By Jake Lowther, Yi Ting Sam, 2024
A short intorduction to the SCC Express Rules and the first SCC Express case. With SCC Express, disputes are resolved in 3 weeks and for a fixed fee. Perfect when the parties want to focus on the continued business relationship.
By Jan K. Schaefer et al, 2023
In a world where disputes can arise unexpectedly, having the right tools to swiftly resolve them is invaluable. In a new Practice Note, Evelina Wahlström, SCC Legal Counsel, has summarized Emergency Arbitrator Decisions from 2019 to 2022.Read the report
It is more expensive and time-consuming to resolve construction disputes in ad hoc arbitration than at the SCC Arbitration Institute. The report compares 35 ad hoc arbitrations with 25 arbitrations under the SCC Rules.
By Natalia Petrik och Adam Runestam, 2023
The practice note focuses on the decisions on prima facie jurisdiction issued by the SCC between 2013 and 2023. In the practice note, the SCC’s stance in relation to its prima facie jurisdiction is discussed, and the cases where the SCC found it manifestly lacked jurisdiction are presented.
By Adam Runestam, 2023
In connection with SCC Digital Week 2022, the SCC published a new report concerning green technology disputes registered with the SCC between 1 January 2019 and 1 October 2022. The report is written by SCC Legal Counsel Christoffer Coello Hedberg.Read the report
A short introduction to arbitration in Sweden, SCC Arbitration Institute and the Swedish Arbitration Act.
By Kristin Campbell Wilson, 2020
The SCC Rules provide the opportunity to seek interim relief in investment treaty disputes. In 2014-2019 emergency decisions were made in ten disputes arising out of alleged violations of BITs or ECT. In six disputes emergency relief was granted.
By Alexey Pirozhkin, 2020
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Article in Arbitration.ru, a journal by the Russian Arbitration Association, on the launch of the SCC Platform.
By Lise Alm, 2019
A short introduction to investor-state arbitration at the SCC Arbitration Institute.
The chapter is part of International Comparative Legal Guides, Investor-State Arbitration 2020.
This chapter has been reproduced with permission from ICLG.
By James Hope, 2020
The importance of international arbitral institutions through the lens of developments in Sweden.
Essay in Liber Amicorum in honour of SCC Chairman Prof. Dr. Kaj Hobér.
By Ulf Franke and Annette Magnusson, 2019
More green technology companies are resorting to arbitration at the SCC. In line with the transformation to a low-carbon economy, green technology will continue to expand. As a result, disputes involving green business could also be expected to increase.
By Sukma Dwi Andrina, August, 2019
Part of The Journal of World Investment & Trade, volume 20, Issue 4
By Annette Magnusson, 2019
By Anja Ipp, SCC Legal Counsel och SCC Interns Rodrigo Carè och Valeryia Dubeshka. SCC challenges to Arbitrators 2016–2018: August 2019Read the article
Including the article: East Meets West in Stockholm. Av Annette Magnusson, SCC Secretary General och Natalia Petrik, SCC Legal CounselRead the article
February 2019 | No 6 (6–8). Including the “Interview with Annette Magnusson, Secretary General, SCC”.
Including the chapter: Investor-State Arbitration Before The SCC Institute. By James Hope, a member of the SCC Board. This chapter has been reproduced with permission from ICLG.Read the chapter
This report reviews diveristy in arbitrator appointments in SCC cases from 2015 to 2019.Read the report
Fall 2018 | VOL. 11 | NO. 2. By Anja Havedal Ipp, SCC Legal Counsel.
Article on the Kluwer Arbitration Blog | April 2, 2017. By Anja Havedal Ipp, SCC Legal Counsel.Read the article
Rapporten förklarar Sveriges position som forum för internationella tvister, dess betydelse för svensk ekonomi och hur vi kan stärka Sveriges konkurrenskraft.Read the report (only in Swedish)
By Samuel Carey, SCC mediation 1999-2017: December 2017.
Conference report climate change.Download the article
Maj 2017, Volume 8 | Issue 5. Including the article: Highlights of the revised Stockholm arbitration rules. By Anja Havedal Ipp, SCC Legal Counsel.
By Anja Havedal Ipp, SCC Legal Counsel. Emergency Arbitrator decesions at the SCC: June 2017Download the article
By Celeste E. Salinas Quero, SCC Legal Counsel. Investor-state disputes at the SCC: February 2017Download the article
By Anja Havedal Ipp, SCC Legal Counsel. Challenges to arbitrators: January 2017.Download the article
By Celeste E. Salinas Quero, SCC Legal Counsel, December 2016.
By Celeste Salinas Quero, SCC Legal Counsel. February 2016.Download the article
Observations by the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC).Download the article
By Lotta Knapp. Since the introduction of the emergency procedure, the SCC has seen a total of 13 applications for the appointment of an emergency arbitrator. This article will outline the main issues raised in the four emergency proceedings that were initiated at the SCC during 2014, followed by concluding remarks based on all 13 cases.Download the article
By Sukma Dwi Andrina. This article reviews arbitration costs when the parties decide to settle their case, after the case has been referred to the tribunal.Download the article
By Johan Lundstedt. This report reviews the SCC experience on Emergency Arbitration proceedings from 2010-2013.Download the article
The Practice Note summarizes prima facie jurisdictional issues decided between 2010 and 2012. Compiled by former SCC intern Felipe Mutis Tellez, the report includes over 45 decisions.Download the article
Undersökningen, som genomförts av f.d. justitierådet Johan Munck och rådmannen Helga Hullmann, omfattar alla klandermål som har anhängiggjorts under perioden 1 januari, 2004 - 31 maj, 2014 i samtliga hovrätter.Ladda ned artikeln (only in Swedish)
This brief note describes the application of the Mauritius Convention and the UNCITRAL Rules onTransparency in cases governed by the Arbitration Rules of the SCC Arbitration Institute (SCC Rules).Ladda ned artikeln
This Thesis is devoted to terminological analysis of the term “arbitrability” which constitutes an important part of specialized legal discourse focusing on arbitration law.Download the article
By Celeste E. Salinas Quero. How are appointments made in practice? What are the criteria considered by the SCC Board when making appointments? Learn about the appointment procedure under the SCC Rules.Download the article
By Erik Mårild.Download the article
By Erik Mårild. This SCC Practice Note reviews insurance disputes registered at the SCC between 2002 and April 2013.Download the report
By Marie Öhrström. “Institutional Arbitration” (Schütze (ed.)) includes an article-by-article commentary of rules of arbitration of 14 arbitration institutions, including the SCC.Download Chapter XII
By Felipe Mutis Tellez. The report follows the format of previous reports on SCC practice, and includes decisions taken by the SCC Board in the past two years.Download the article
By Natalia Petrik, SCC Legal Counsel.Download the article
By Annette Magnusson, SCC Secretary General Presented at the Second Annual Forum on Commercial & Legal Strategies for Successfully Negotiating Long Term Gas Supply Contracts on 13 June 2012.Download the article
By Bengt Åke Johnsson, Ola Nilsso. The article examines the approach of Swedish, English, French, German and Swiss law in determining when a party waives its right to arbitration by initiating court proceedings and offers a comparative analysis of the scope that waiver.Download the article
Common trends in the application of Article 45(4) of the SCC Rules in SCC arbitrations have developed during the five years in which it has been possible to seek a separate award for reimbursement for Advance on Costs, concludes Gretta Walters in a article.Download the article
David Ramsjö and Siri Strömberg analyse the 131 prima facie jurisdictional challenges raised by respondents from January 2005 to December 2009.Download the article
By Annette Magnusson, SCC Secretary General. Presented at the Second Annual Forum on Commercial & Legal Strategies for Successfully Negotiating Long Term Gas Supply Contracts on 13 June 2012Download the article
By Jan Kleinheisterkamp.Download the article
By Helena Jung (Master’s thesis Faculty of Law, Uppsala University, Sweden with internship at the SCC spring 2008).Download the article
A examination of ten years of Swedish court practice shows that 10% of the challenge procedures resulted in the award being wholly or partially set aside.Download the articleRead the summary here
By Legal Counselor at Swedbank Silvia Devulder. Article on arbitration in the financial sector.Download the article
By Irina Moutaye och Elena Billebro. Article aims to examine some questions on the choice of traditional European arbitration venues (London, Paris, Stockholm, and Geneva) in light of the sanctions.Download the article
Basic features, such as courts’ declarative judgements on jurisdiction, the Swedish approach on the seat of farbitration, set-aside proceedings, and a description of the appointment of arbitrators under the SCC Rules.
By Helena Jung.Download the article
By Niklas Lindström. This article reviews SCC Board decisions regarding challenges to arbitrators during 2008-2010.Download the article
By Felipe Mutis Tellez. The report includes decisions made by the SCC board between 2010-2012.Download the article