In the absence of concrete publicly available information about arbitrators, arbitration practitioners often resort to cognitive shortcuts and just plain guesswork in the arbitrator selection process.
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Arbitrators make many decisions that affect the outcome of a case. The most obvious decisions are, of course, their decisions on the merits. But arbitrators also make a host of other procedural and case management decisions that can affect the outcome of a case.
Arbitrator Intelligence was pleased to support the XII Brazilian Arbitration and Mediation Moot, in conjunction with CAMARB - Câmara de Mediação e Arbitragem Empresarial - Brasil.
Arbitrator Intelligence signs a Memorandum of Understanding with the Indonesia International Arbitration Center
Arbitrator Intelligence (AI) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Indonesia International Arbitration Center (INIAC). The MoU signed by Arif Edison, Chair of the INIAC, and Catherine Rogers, Founder and CEO of AI, reflects the parties' shared values and commitment to promote diversity, accountability and transparency in Indonesia and beyond.
Arbitrator Intelligence is pleased to announce that it has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Arbitra International (Arbitra). Arbitra, which provides next-generation support services for arbitrators and neutrals, and AI, which offers next-generation arbitrator research solutions, will collaborate to advance their shared commitment to promote accountability, diversity, and transparency in the market for arbitrators.
Arbitrator Intelligence (AI) is pleased to announce that Anderson Mōri & Tomotsune is the latest law firm to become a Member of AI. Headquartered in Tokyo with branch offices in Osaka and Nagoya as well as Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Ho Chi Minh City, Bangkok and Jakarta, Anderson Mōri & Tomotsune is recognised for its dispute resolution expertise by Chambers & Partners.
In most cases, arbitrator selection follows a basic 3-step process: 1) Start with a Long List of Potential Arbitrators; 2) Pare it down to a Short List of Suitable Arbitrators; and then 3) Pick The Arbitrator to appoint.
Arbitrator Intelligence (AI) is delighted to announce that INTEGRITES is the latest law firm to become a Member of AI. The Membership Memorandum of Understanding acknowledges our shared commitment to support accountability, diversity, and transparency in the arbitrator appointment process, with particular emphasis on sharing information about talented arbitrators in Ukraine and the CIS region.
As part of a new collaboration with Arbitrator Intelligence (AI), Courtroom Insight will offer AI Reports and resources to its customers as part of its customized knowledge management solution, which enables law firms and other organizations to capture, share and analyze critical information about arbitrators, judges and expert witnesses.
Arbitrator Intelligence Welcomes Al Tamimi & Company as a Member of Arbitrator Intelligence Arbitrator Intelligence (AI) is pleased to announce that Al Tamimi & Company is the latest law firm to become a Member of AI. The Membership Memorandum of Understanding recognizes the parties’ shared values and commitment to promote accountability, diversity and transparency in arbitrator appointments.