Has technology ‘disappeared into use’
within dispute resolution proceedings?

Wednesday 12th May, 9am BST 


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About the webinar

We know technology has arrived when it ‘disappears into use’. Until some years ago, listing proficiency in Microsoft Office on a CV was commonplace. These days, there is an assumption that you know how to use Word or PowerPoint if you are applying for certain types of jobs. 

Similarly, in modern dispute resolution proceedings are questions like - ‘Printed vs electronic bundle’ - relevant anymore? Has technology effectively disappeared into use within dispute resolution proceedings? 

Join our panel of experts from different areas of dispute resolution to explore what the technology landscape in dispute resolution proceedings looks like, beyond just eDiscovery. We’ll be tackling questions such as:

  • How are legal teams rethinking the way they work and prepare for a case?
  • What challenges or opportunities is technology addressing in modern dispute hearings?
  • What are some of the considerations for different stakeholders when choosing a technology solution to power their dispute resolution proceedings? 

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The speakers

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Taryn Auchecorne
Business Development Director, Opus 2 (Chair)

Melina Efstathiou
Head of Litigation Technology, Eversheds Sutherland

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Stephanie Mbonu
Global Projects and Hearing Manager - International Arbitration Group, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

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Sarah McAtominey
Partner, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP

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