In this episode of The Arbitration Conversation, Amy interviews Myriam Seers, an experienced arbitrator and Vice-Chair of the ICC Canada Arbitration Committee. They discuss how technology tools can be leveraged to change the way disputes are resolved, as well around the types of disputes that arise in the technology space, and what needs to change in order to make dispute resolution tools accessible for smaller technology disputes.
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