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The Missing Link in Progress to Greater Diversity: YOUR Feedback about Diverse Arbitrators – Arbitrator Intelligence 2021 Diversity Campaign

In recent years, a range of organizations have sprung up to challenge the existing hegemony in arbitrator appointments. As an opening gambit, ArbitralWomen pushed to have arbitral institutions...

By |2021-09-18T14:34:51+00:00September 18th, 2021|Blog|0 Comments

The Paradox of Artificial Intelligence in the Legal Industry: Both Treasure Trove and Trojan Horse? – The Perils of Deepfakes

The legal industry has benefited tremendously from recent technological advancements, leading to the expansion of Legal Tech as the driving force for progress in this field. More and more tools – more or less Artificial Intelligence...

By |2021-08-08T13:21:27+00:00August 2nd, 2021|Blog|0 Comments

Corruption in International Arbitration: Arbitrator Intelligence Data

Founder and CEO Catherine Rogers has been invited to deliver an ‘Update on Arbitrator Intelligence’ at the forthcoming 'Dispute Resolution in the Digital Economy' Workshop, featuring Japan's Proposal on Stocktaking of Dispute Resolution in the Modern Context.

By |2021-07-05T18:00:44+00:00July 1st, 2021|Blog|0 Comments

Consider Appointing your Neighbor: Arbitrator Appointment Insights from Latin America held on March 19, 2021

As part of its Latam Campaign, Arbitrator Intelligence (AI) recently co-organized the second chapter of the ECUVYAP series “Behind the Scenes”, with the theme “Selection of the Arbitration Tribunal”. The event began with the welcome to the attendees by Catherine Rogers, the founder and CEO of AI. She talked about the disparity of information while selecting arbitrators, and the tools created by AI to reverse it. With the Reports and Arbitrator Analyzer, a boutique law firm can learn about an arbitrator’s awards, and their previous relationship with the other party or with the rest of the tribunal, in the same way as firms with  unlimited resources do.

By |2021-04-22T14:35:20+00:00April 22nd, 2021|Blog|0 Comments

Back to Basics: Drawing the line between Disclosure, Challenge and Disqualification Standards in International Investment Arbitration

“To disclose or not to disclose?” no longer seems to be a question for international arbitrators. The narrative and policy space surrounding the independence and impartiality of international arbitrators has been consistently driven towards maximum disclosure obligations.

By |2021-04-12T15:50:57+00:00March 2nd, 2021|Blog|0 Comments

Behind the Scenes: Selection of the Arbitration Tribunal” held on January 29, 2021

As part of its Latam Campaign, Arbitrator Intelligence (AI) recently co-organized the second chapter of the ECUVYAP series “Behind the Scenes”, with the theme “Selection of the Arbitration Tribunal”. The event began with the welcome to the attendees by Catherine Rogers, the founder and CEO of AI. She talked about the disparity of information while selecting arbitrators, and the tools created by AI to reverse it. With the Reports and Arbitrator Analyzer, a boutique law firm can learn about an arbitrator’s awards, and their previous relationship with the other party or with the rest of the tribunal, in the same way as firms with  unlimited resources do.

By |2021-04-12T15:52:29+00:00February 11th, 2021|Blog|0 Comments

Highlights of the AI Africa Campaign Portuguese Webinar – 8 December 2020

Our Africa Campaign 2020 concluded on December 8, 2020 with a delightful webinar about arbitration in Angola. Ambassadors Aécio Oliveira and Maria Camila Hoyos hosted the event, which featured two of the most experienced Angolan arbitration practitioners: António Caxito Marques, Partner of Dentons Lead, and Itweva Nogueira, Executive Director of the UK-Angola Chamber of Commerce and Partner of IN - Sociedade de Advogados.

By |2021-03-02T19:13:32+00:00December 22nd, 2020|Blog|0 Comments

Highlights of the AI Africa Campaign French Webinar – 19 November 2020

As a part of our Arbitrator Intelligence Africa Campaign, we had the chance to welcome Dr Gaston Kenfack, Ms. Dipna Gunnoo, Ms Capucine du Pac de Marsoulies and Dr. Achille Ngwanza. Our eminent speakers provided us with a very interesting discussion on the topic - “The New Information Age and its Effects on African Arbitral Institutions”. Catherine Rogers, Founder & CEO of Arbitrator Intelligence, welcomed the attendees, and Margarita Chatzi, Ambassador of Arbitrator Intelligence moderated the discussion.

By |2021-03-02T19:49:33+00:00November 28th, 2020|Blog|0 Comments

How Technology Can Enhance International Arbitration to be More Inclusive

Besides fairness, international arbitration should embrace diversity and inclusiveness as core values, hence efforts should be made in order to guarantee access to all these attributes in the same measure. Fairness may include the right to be heard, having both an independent and impartial panel, etc. however, when scholars discuss the underpinning aspects of diversity, it is often reviewed under different groups, such as gender and age diversity, or geographic, and ethnic diversity, when in reality it encompasses more than cultural points. This paper seeks to chart progress of the use of technology in arbitration on this scope.

By |2021-02-08T18:27:28+00:00October 3rd, 2020|Blog|0 Comments