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Fundada: 1926

Asociación Americana de Arbitraje (AAA)


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Contacto y servicios

Nombre oficial de la Institución:
American Arbitration Association (AAA)
Dirección postal:
Corporate Headquarters
1633 Broadway, 10th Floor
New York
10019
New York
Estados Unidos de América
212 716 5800
adr@adr.org
http://www.adr.org
Ámbito:
National & International
Delegaciones:
Alabama - Alaska - Arizona - Arkansas – California (San Diego) – California (Los Angeles) – California (San Francisco) - Colorado - Connecticut - Delaware - District of Columbia – Florida (Miami, South Florida) – Florida (Orlando, North Florida) - Georgia - Hawaii - Idaho - Illinois - Indiana - Iowa - Kansas - Kentucky - Louisiana - Maine - Maryland - Massachusetts - Michigan - Minnesota - Mississippi - Missouri - Montana - Nebraska - Nevada - New Hampshire - New Jersey - New Mexico - New York (Syracuse and Upstate) - New York (NYC, Westchester, Long Island) - North Carolina - North Dakota - Ohio - Oklahoma - Oregon - Pennsylvania - Rhode Island - South Carolina - South Dakota - Tennessee – Texas (Dallas) – Texas (Houston) - Utah - Vermont - Virginia - Washington - West Virginia - Wisconsin - Wyoming
Idioma(s):
Español, Inglés
Servicios ADR:
Arbitraje, Mediación, Conciliación, Adjudicación, Facilitación, Negociación, Med/Arb, Mini-Juicio, Partnering, Evaluación Neutral/Peritaje, Fact Finding/Peritaje, ODR, Dispute Resolution Boards
Especialidades:
Administrativo, Civil, Internacional, Laboral, Mercantil/Comercial Familiar, Propiedad Intelectual, Patentes/Marcas, Consumo, Deportivo, Inmobiliario, Construcción, Marítimo, Médico/Sanitario, Medioambiental, Financiero/Inversiones, Mercado de Valores, Transporte, Telecomunicaciones, Nombre de Dominio, Audiovisual, Agropecuario, Comercio Electrónico, Aeroespacial, Textil, Hidrocarburos, Seguros, Hardware/Software, Entretenimiento/Espectáculo, Ferroviario, Contratación Pública, Bancario, Energía/Utilidades, Turismo, Derechos Civiles, Internet, Alimentación, Logística/Distribución, Infraestructuras, Franquicia, Importación/Exportación, Accidentes de tráfico, Hipotecario, Tarjetas crédito, Arrendamientos Urbanos/Rústicos, Farmacéutico, Sucesorio, Desastres naturales

Información general

Fundada:
1926
Representante:
India Johnson
Presidenta
The American Arbitration Association (AAA), with its long history and experience in the field of alternative dispute resolution, provides services to individuals and organizations who wish to resolve conflicts out of court.

The AAA role in the dispute resolution process is to administer cases, from filing to closing. The AAA provides administrative services in the U.S., as well as abroad through its International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR). The AAA's and ICDR's administrative services include assisting in the appointment of mediators and arbitrators, setting hearings, and providing users with information on dispute resolution options, including settlement through mediation. Ultimately, the AAA aims to move cases through arbitration or mediation in a fair and impartial manner until completion.

Additional AAA services include the design and development of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) systems for corporations, unions, government agencies, law firms, and the courts. The Association also provides elections services as well as education, training, and publications for those seeking a broader or deeper understanding of alternative dispute resolution.

Cláusulas y Reglamentos

Cláusulas

Reglamentos

Model Clauses of the AAA
The American Arbitration Association proposes a number of arbitration clauses that can be adapted to suit the needs of all parties concerned under many different industry and sector-specific rules and procedures.

Please visit our website for additional information regarding suitable arbitration and mediation agreements. Also, you may download from our website our practical guide on the drafting of dispute resolution clauses, as amended and effective September 1, 2007.

Panelistas

The AAA's National Roster of Arbitrators and Mediators consists of accomplished and respected experts from the legal and business communities.

To read more about our roster of neutrals, or to learn more about qualifications and procedures for becoming an AAA neutral, please visit the “Neutrals” section located in the main navigation toolbar of our homepage on the internet.

Otra información de interés

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AAA Mission and Principles.

The American Arbitration Association was founded in 1926, following enactment of the Federal Arbitration Act, with the specific goal of helping to implement arbitration as an out-of-court solution to resolving disputes. This legal framework was passed by Congress and signed by President Calvin Coolidge.

The AAA's staff members and neutrals continue to live out the principles on which the Association was founded.

The AAA's official mission statement and vision statement are based on three core values : integrity, conflict management, and service.

The AAA has long held its mediators and arbitrators to strict codes of ethics and model standards of conduct to ensure fairness and impartiality in conflict management. To further ensure the AAA's integrity, however, the Association also developed Standards of Ethics and Business Conduct for its staff, as well as a general Statement of Ethical Principles to expand on its core values as an organization.

Finally, the AAA -- as a not-for-profit organization -- has a core dedication to service, and particularly education, in the field of alternative dispute resolution.

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