The German Arbitration Institute (DIS) revised its arbitration rules for the first time in 20 years. The new DIS rules apply to international and domestic arbitrations and become applicable 1 March 2018. The revised rules follow common global trends for greater efficiency and transparency in arbitration. The modifications include for example: The Request for Arbitration and Answer, Multi-Contract Arbitration and Multi-Party Arbitration, the Efficient Conduct of the Proceedings or the Costs. Besides German disputes, the DIS has administered an increasing number of non-German disputes within recent years. In 25% of the proceedings, the language is English. In 34% of the cases at least one foreign party is involved. Baker McKenzie’s German International Arbitration Team will talk about all the important changes in a video podcast over the next two months, with a new video coming out twice a week.
Watch the latest video podcast on the revised rules of the German Arbitration Institute.
5. The Arbitral Tribunal II by Tobias Höfling
Changes in the (Articles 13-16 DIS-SchO) are being explained by Tobias Höfling.
Watch the whole podcast
4. The Arbitral Tribunal I by Maximilian Sattler
Talking about the number of arbitrators in the arbitral tribunal, Maximilian Sattler deals with Article 10 and the changes in the new DIS Arbitration rules in his video “The Arbitral Tribunal.”
3. Request for Arbitration and Answer by Annette Keilmann
Different arbitration organizations take different paths for accelerating proceedings. In her video “Request for Arbitration and Answer”, Annette Keilmann gives an insight how the German Arbitration Institute addresses this issue in (Articles 5-8 DIS-SchO).
2. Introductory Provisions by Jürgen Mark
In his video “Introductory Provisions”, Jürgen Mark explains the two new features which all users of DIS arbitration should be aware of (Articles 1-4 DIS-SchO).
1. Hello Rules Revision by Heiko Haller
Hello Rules Revision! The German Arbitration Institute (DIS) revised its arbitration rules for the first time in 20 years. Therefore, the German Dispute Resolution team of Baker McKenzie has started a podcast focusing on the revised rules, which apply to international and domestic arbitrations which are due to come into force on or after 1 March 2018. In this first video Heiko Haller gives a detailed introduction on the main changes users have to be aware of.