Surveys IAA Survey: Efficiency in ArbitrationName (optional)Email (optional)Organisation (optional)What is your primary involvement in arbitration proceedings? Disputant Counsel Arbitrator Tribunal secretary Representative of an arbitral institution What is the average quantum of the claims you are involved in?make a selection...< USD 10 million< USD 50 million< USD 100 million< USD 250 million< USD 500 million< USD 1 billion> USD 1 billionWhat is the estimated average legal expense incurred by a party in the arbitrations you have been involved in? What is the primary arbitral institutions your claims are administered by? SIAC HKIAC KLRCA CIETAC ICC BANI SHIAC TAI KCAB Others What is the average length of time taken from the Notice of Arbitration to the jurisdictional hearing (if any)?make a selection...< 3 months< 6 months< 12 months< 18 months> 18 monthsWhat is the average length of time taken from the Notice of Arbitration to the merits hearing?make a selection...< 6 months< 12 months< 18 months< 24 months> 24 monthsWhat are the main factors that contribute to the length of proceedings? Complexity of dispute Arbitrator availability Party / counsel availability Delays in tribunal responses Failure of the parties to abide by the procedural timetable Challenges to arbitrator appointments Challenges to the tribunal's jurisdiction Challenges made to the court Arbitrator's failure to enforce procedural timetable Inefficient procedural orders or timetables How does the tribunal deal with significant delays by a party? Allow extensions of time Disallow the extension Award costs in any event Reserve costs Refuse or exclude applications filed out of time Refuse or exclude evidence filed out of time Other sanctions Are you satisfied with how the tribunal handles significant delays? Yes No If not, what do you think the tribunal should have done?