09 Oct 2019
CIArb is pleased to present its next podcast. Natalia Otlinger MCIArb interviewed Paul Kinninmont FCIArb, who discussed predictive coding and its use in international arbitration.
As a senior associate in the Litigation and Arbitration Group at Milbank LLP, Paul specialises in complex, multi-jurisdictional and high-value disputes. He has extensive experience of commercial litigation, international arbitration, regulatory investigations and alternative dispute resolution. Paul has advised on issues relating to joint ventures, energy, data protection, banking, finance, telecommunications, shareholder agreements, construction, competition, insolvency, international sanctions and bribery. His experience includes full trials, appeals, injunctions, interim applications, enforcement proceedings, mediations and negotiations.
In this podcast, Paul shared his experience of using predictive coding in the international arbitration document production process and explained how this technology works in practice. He also elaborated on the benefits for lawyers, arbitrators and clients of using this technology, which include increased efficiency, certainty and cost-saving.
Paul explained the current legal status of predictive coding in court procedures by reference to recent case law. He then described how the existing legal framework in international arbitration permits and encourages the use of predictive coding. Paul forecast that predictive coding and related technologies will become more prevalent in international arbitration practice going forward.
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