Arbitrator Intelligence announces the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development of the Government of Canada has become a Member of Arbitrator Intelligence.

Canada is the first State party to agree to provide Arbitrator Intelligence with feedback about arbitrators as part of its Membership Program. When feedback from Members is incorporated into Arbitrator Intelligence Reports, parties and counsel have a more robust and independent resource, which goes beyond the traditional phone calls with known associates.

As Founder and CEO Catherine Rogers commented, “Feedback from parties is one of the most sought-after sources when parties and counsel are making arbitrator appointments. Our online platform now facilitates the submission of such feedback in a structured manner, en masse, and on an anonymized and confidential basis.”

The result, she explains, is “a transformation from ad hoc research to data analytics that identifies otherwise indiscernible trends and patterns otherwise.”

Arbitrator Intelligence is engaged in membership discussions with a number of State parties. States wishing to know more about the benefits of membership are invited to contact Catherine Rogers:

Members of Arbitrator Intelligence join an exclusive group of parties and practitioners who commit to sharing feedback about arbitrators across the globe in order to make the arbitrator selection process more efficacious and predictable, and with a view to promoting transparency, accountability and diversity.

Membership is available to States, corporations, law firms, and third-party funders. Members are entitled to receive substantial discounts on Arbitrator Intelligence Reports available now.

For further information about membership, please contact

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