This report identifies the most used technologies to support the practice of international arbitration today, describes features and functionalities that may enhance the arbitral process, and provides commentary and resources about useful procedural practices and potential pitfalls that can be avoided.
In response to COVID-19, the ICC Arbitration and ADR Commission established a Working Group to update the 2017 edition of its report on information technology (IT) in international arbitration, which identifies issues to be considered when using digital solutions and processes in conducting arbitration proceedings…
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