In today’s busy and increasingly digitized world, pictures are the new words. While visual engagement is key to communicating effectively, there is currently limited guidance available as to how visuals can or should be used by experts in international arbitration.

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In Kluwer Arbitration Blog, Neil Ashton, Dan Langley, and Elizabeth Davidson clarify how to best use technology in expert testimony without running afoul of international arbitration institutions such as the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) and International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). They also explain why the heightened impact of bringing data to life in graphics or presentations is well worth the time diverted from focusing wholly on cross-examination.

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Neil Ashton

Neil Ashton

Neil Ashton is based in StoneTurn’s London office and has approximately 25 years of experience working in practice, in industry and in expert witness and litigation support work. He acts […]

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Dan Langley

Dan Langley, a Director* with StoneTurn, has more than 15 years of experience as a chartered accountant, and extensive experience working with clients involved in complex commercial disputes. Dan analyzes […]

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Elizabeth Davidson

Elizabeth Davidson, a Manager at StoneTurn, works in commercial disputes and forensic accounting investigations. Specifically, she focuses on valuation analysis and quantification of damages in the context of international arbitration […]

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