…energy and low-carbon technology, by creating a stable operating environment for investors. Post-COP 26, the IEA estimates that annual clean energy investments must more than triple by 2030 to around…

…or may even be programmed by Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology; (iii) determining the jurisdiction of a decision-maker, where concepts such as the place of business and targeting of specific markets…

…categories of disputes arising from the Covid-19 pandemic, climate change, data protection and cryptocurrency. On the administering end, we can expect to need advances in technology, including for better virtual…

…was overall confident in the better suitability of the development of technology to facilitate resolving these issues. Arbitration Development in the Post COVID-19 Era At the end of the webinar,…

…Jeskie, California is a top seat for resolving technology-related disputes as every company in California is a technology company in some way. Ten years ago, most of the arbitrations in…

…the seat c. reputation for specific experience in the relevant industry d. reputation for being collaborative and/or good at managing conflicts within the tribunal e. ability to manage technology effectively…

…of “investor” and “investment” in future. Further, as blockchain-based technology continues to flourish, the physical location of investments—both investments in blockchain technology and investments located on the blockchain—will continue to…

…indeed, on this premise that our international community thrives and grows. Similarly, if technology had not already pervaded every aspect of our lives, the pandemic has exacerbated the role it…

…key aspects: flexibility, production of evidence, use of technology, transparency, joinder of parties and consolidation of proceedings and expedited proceedings. The main features of the new rules are discussed below….