This publication offers a practice-oriented overview of the ways in which technology affects the practice of international arbitration. The title offers the only up-to-date study of the impact of technology on arbitration, taking into account the significant change brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.Toon meer
Digitalization is increasingly impacting the practice of international arbitration. Especially in the wake of COVID-19, technological solutions are adopted by counsel, tribunals, and arbitral institutions. This trend is likely to continue in the future, thus changing the way in which international arbitration is practiced. International arbitration and technology offers the first up-to-date and comprehensive overview of the interplay between technology and international arbitration, with a specific focus on the technological developments which are currently available and already practically relevant.
The authors’ practical perspectives on the impact of technology on arbitration yield valuable insights for arbitrators, tribunal secretaries, international arbitration counsel, and arbitral institutions. As many aspects of their work are already impacted by technology, they will find much value within this book’s pages. Furthermore, the book is of interest for academics working in the fields of international dispute resolution, and law and technology.
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