Considerations for Arbitration

Considerations for Arbitration as a Use Case for eDiscovery: eDiscovery Trends

eDiscovery is a “Swiss army knife” and, in their latest post, Cimplifi discusses several important considerations for arbitration you need to know!

Their post (Why Use a Hammer When You Can Use a Swiss Army Knife?: Considerations for Arbitration, available here) reminds us that over half of 410 respondents (50.5%) in the eDiscovery Today 2023 State of the Industry Report said they apply eDiscovery technology and workflows to arbitrations.

How does eDiscovery for arbitrations differ from eDiscovery for litigation? One way is through the forums in which arbitration is conducted. There are several reputable arbitration forums that provide a standardized approach to conducting arbitration. The three used most in the U.S. are:

So, what is the scope of eDiscovery for each arbitration forum? And what are three uses of eDiscovery technology in arbitration? Check out their article here to find out more important considerations for arbitration. It’s only one more click! 😉 Arbitration may be the one of the least discussed use cases for eDiscovery technology and workflows, but it’s still important to have a plan for applying eDiscovery to disputes in arbitration!

So, what do you think? To how many use cases does your organization apply eDiscovery technology and workflows? Surely more than one, right? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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