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Arbitrator Intelligence Investment Reports: Catching Lightning in a Bottle

In recent years, there have been efforts to transition international arbitration research from manual, text-driven practices into the age of technology and data analytics—law firms have developed resources to organize their internal data and some important data tools have come on the market. Now, Arbitrator Intelligence (AI) Investment Reports represent a major breakthrough heralding a new era of data analytics in international arbitration.

By |2021-01-26T18:15:38+00:00December 1st, 2020|News & Press|0 Comments

Join Catherine Rogers, Funke Adekoya SAN, Nania Owusu-Ankomah Sackey, Isaiah Bozimo, Samuel Nderitu, Ngo-Martins Okonmah, Dr. Adewale Olawoyin, Leyla Ahmed, and Mercy Okiro for an Africa Campaign 2020 English webinar on December 1, 2020!

Arbitrator Intelligence begins the new month with two events and an exclusive preview of our new Investment Reports! First up, our Africa Campaign 2020 webinar series, 'Africa's Diverse Path Forward: Practical Solutions to the Diversity Dilemma in International Arbitration', continues TODAY, December 1, 2020.

By |2021-02-06T19:28:09+00:00November 27th, 2020|News & Press|0 Comments

Africa: The Role of Data and Technology in Highlighting Africa’s Regional Expertise and Insights

Join Essam Al Tamimi, Catherine Rogers, Prof. Dr. Mohamed Abdel Wahab, Dr Haytham Ali, Dr Mona Eltayeb, Sally Kotb FCIArb, Salma Nasreldine, Ibrahim Shehata, Nour Nicolas, and Omar Mahmoud for our first Arabic webinar (with simultaneous English translation) on November 25, 2020!

By |2021-02-19T19:36:38+00:00November 18th, 2020|News & Press|0 Comments

Join Catherine Rogers, Dr Gaston Kenfack, Dipna Gunnoo, Dr Achille Ngwanza, Capucine du Pac de Marsoulies, and Margarita Chatzi for the Africa Campaign 2020 French webinar on November 19, 2020!

By |2020-11-18T09:11:38+00:00November 16th, 2020|News & Press|0 Comments

An article in The Global Legal Post identifies Arbitrator Intelligence’s data analytics insights as doing for arbitrators what renowned US legaltech innovator Lex Machina is doing for judges in patent disputes.

By |2020-08-31T15:10:38+00:00August 24th, 2020|News & Press|0 Comments

ICCA: Arbitrator Intelligence has been identified as a potential solution to a lack of arbitrator diversity according to a Report compiled by representatives of 18 international arbitration institutions, diversity initiatives, and law firms that analyzed gender diversity in international arbitration.

By |2020-08-05T04:48:08+00:00August 3rd, 2020|News & Press|0 Comments

UNCITRAL: United Nations Commission on International Trade Law WGIII’s draft Working Paper on ‘Selection and Appointment of ISDS tribunal members’ mentions Arbitrator Intelligence Reports as an aid to promote accountability, transparency and inclusiveness in ISDS proceedings.

By |2020-08-04T00:03:11+00:00August 3rd, 2020|News & Press|0 Comments

In the article ‘New Tool Aims To Make Choosing An Arbitrator Data-Driven’, Law360 covers the launch of Arbitrator Intelligence Reports, characterizing them as a new data-driven information tool that makes the process of choosing an arbitrator in international commercial arbitration “easier and more equitable.”

By |2020-08-30T14:28:05+00:00July 27th, 2020|News & Press|0 Comments

Arbitrator Intelligence Reports are Now Available for Sale! AI launched its first Reports, which provide parties new tools for selecting arbitrators. AI Reports provide detailed insights from actual cases and data analytics about arbitrators’ past experience.

By |2020-12-23T19:10:46+00:00July 15th, 2020|News & Press|0 Comments

Founder and CEO Catherine Rogers addresses the issue of lack of diversity and concerns about arbitrator conduct in her blogpost: The Market for Arbitrators and The Market for Lemons

The market for international arbitrators is shaped by two defining features. The first is high barriers to entry: it is really hard to become an international arbitrator. The second is profound information asymmetries: it is really difficult to obtain information about arbitrators and not all participants have equal access to that information.

By |2021-02-08T14:47:25+00:00June 10th, 2020|News & Press|0 Comments