Skip to Main Content

Arbitration World 36th Edition - Leveraging Machine Translation Technology for Multi-Lingual Arbitrations

A HUB Talks Podcast

Date: 10 July 2018

In this episode of the Arbitration World podcast series listeners will hear from Julie Anne Halter, a partner and practice group coordinator of the K&L Gates eDiscovery, Analysis and Technology practice group in our Seattle office. Machine translation technology has the potential to offer considerable benefits in multilingual arbitration. In this episode, Julie Anne looks at the relevant considerations in deciding when and how this technology might usefully be deployed. Julie Anne Halter and Lori Steidl’s full article on this topic can be accessed in Arbitration World’s 36th Edition, which you will find in the download materials for this podcast.

About Arbitration World
The Arbitration World podcast has been created created as a supplement to K&L Gates’ long standing publication Arbitration World and will provide access to Arbitration World content and other standalone arbitration related content. It is part of the HUB Talks podcast which covers critical issues at the intersection of business and law.

Catch-up on past episodes by visiting the Abritration World section of our HUB Talks program page.

Subscribe to HUB Talks via your favorite podcast app to have our episodes delivered directly to you as they become available.

    Listen on Google Play Music

Find more items tagged as: International Arbitration
Return to top of page

Email Disclaimer

We welcome your email, but please understand that if you are not already a client of K&L Gates LLP, we cannot represent you until we confirm that doing so would not create a conflict of interest and is otherwise consistent with the policies of our firm. Accordingly, please do not include any confidential information until we verify that the firm is in a position to represent you and our engagement is confirmed in a letter. Prior to that time, there is no assurance that information you send us will be maintained as confidential. Thank you for your consideration.

Accept Cancel