On 14 January 2015, the International Chamber of Commerce International Centre for ADR launched its 2015 Expert Rules that set out procedures for the proposal and appointment of experts and neutrals, as well as for the administration of expert proceedings, by the ICC. Below is a short summary of these rules, as well as an outline of some of the more significant differences between these rules and the 2003 ICC Rules for Expertise. In addition, we provide a short commentary on expert rules issued by other institutions and comment on the use of experts in international arbitration generally.