The not-for-profit American Arbitration Association® (AAA®)-International Centre for Dispute Resolution® (ICDR®) is the principal global provider of private dispute resolution services for large and complex cases, including a broad spectrum of disputes involving industries such as Technology, Financial Services, Energy, Healthcare, Biotech/Pharma, Insurance, Construction and many others.

AAA-ICDR® Large Complex Case Panel

The AAA-ICDR’s Roster of Arbitrators for Large Cases—comprised of recognized leaders in specific industries, prominent attorneys or retired judges, all with advanced skills in dispute management techniques—is uniquely qualified to handle any type of large complex case.

In addition to our panels for large cases, the AAA has developed additional special panels.

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Executive Facilitation of Disputes

Large, complex disputes are handled by experienced AAA executives—attorneys or professionals highly knowledgeable in their fields. For contact information, click here.


Commercial Arbitration Rules and Mediation Procedures (Including Procedures for Large, Complex Commercial Disputes)
Optional Appellate Arbitration Rules


Streamlined Three-Arbitrator Panel Option for Large Complex Cases
Alternative Fee Arrangements Option
Administrative Review Council
Enhanced Arbitrator Selection Process for Large Complex Cases

AAA-ICDR Large Case Committee

The AAA-ICDR Large Complex Case Committee advises the AAA and helps promote a dialogue with companies and their counsel on the optimum management of large complex arbitrations by counsel, arbitrators and administrators. This Committee examines and helps develop:

  • Best practices for large arbitration
  • Ways in which the AAA-ICDR can enhance the effectiveness of its Rules
  • Its Roster of Arbitrators
  • Administration of large complex cases
Resources and Information:

Guides and Best Practices

These guides and best practices have been written by members of the AAA-ICDR Large Complex Case Committee to help parties. No legal advice is being given, and no attorney-client relationship is created by the use of these publications. While these publications are intended to provide information about dispute resolution generally, you should not act or rely on the information contained in these publications without first seeking the advice of an attorney. The views set forth herein are the personal views of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the American Arbitration Association.

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For more information about Large Complex Case Services, please fill out the form below. 

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Who Should Attend: Arbitrators, advocates, academics, and anyone interested in the dynamics of arbitration.