Unlike U.S. civil litigators, international arbitration practitioners do not base claims on “information and belief,” nor do international proceedings allow for extensive discovery.

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Counsel frequently confront information gaps, or evidence that is unobtainable, unreliable, incomplete, or not conducive to analysis. The effort of hunting for the unknown can be lengthy and costly — contrary to one of the perceived benefits of arbitration. Forensic data analytics — the use of electronic data to prove and disprove factual assertions — provide a low-cost, highly efficient opportunity to overcome these obstacles.

In a recent Law360 article, StoneTurn’s Jonny Frank provides an overview on how international arbitration practitioners spot and seize these opportunities.

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Jonny Frank brings over 40 years of public and private sector and law and business school teaching experience in forensic investigations, compliance, and risk management. He helps organizations and counsel […]

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