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Why Arbitrate at CAA

Established in 1955, CAA is the first and leading arbitral institution in Taiwan for the administration of arbitration, mediation and DRB/DAB proceedings. CAA is well experienced in administering domestic and international cases in both English and Chinese, involving parties from the Netherlands, Switzerland, Thailand, United States, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Germany and South Africa etc.

Bilingual ADR Services
CAA provides alternative dispute resolution services in English and Chinese throughout Taiwan, specifically through its offices in Taipei, Taichung and Kaohsiung.
CAA Secretariat and Case Managers
CAA’s case managers are specialists licensed or admitted to practice law in civil law and common law jurisdictions. Experienced and fluent in English and/or Chinese, they assist the arbitral tribunal and parties during the arbitral proceedings.

The CAA Panel of Arbitrators include arbitrators of renowned foreign and domestic attorneys, engineers, professors and other professionals who are experienced in handling complex, cross-border disputes. The parties can also appoint arbitrators who are not registered in the CAA Panel of Arbitrators.
Hearing Facilities
Located at the heart of Taipei City, CAA maintains several modern and comfortable facilities for conducting hearings and meetings in its Taipei main office and its regional offices. These well-equipped rooms are flexibly adjustable in size to accommodate the users. Each room has a high-definition projector, a pull-down projection screen, Wi-Fi, microphones, and audio recorder. A multi-point HDTV video conference system is also available. The largest room setting consists of 30 square meters and can accommodate 200 people. CAA can also provide additional services, including simultaneous interpretation, transcription, catering, and expedited dispatch of documents for delivery.

Simultaneous Transcription Services
CAA is the first arbitral institution in Taiwan to adopt simultaneous Chinese/English transcription services. Highly experienced stenographers provide the transcripts to arbitrators and parties promptly after the conclusion of each hearing.