Naimeh Masumy

Naimeh Masumy

Naimeh Masumy presently serves as a legal counsel and research fellow at the Arbitration Center of Iran Chamber. She represents clients in matters related to sanctions, international trade, and regulatory compliance.  Her private practice focuses on energy-related disputes and joint ventures. Before, she worked for a leading firm on Islamic finance, project finance, and investment disputes.




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Narrowing the information gap in appointment process: A mission of a legal tech start-up (Arbitrator Intelligence) (06/17/20)
The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a surge of interest in the form of alternative dispute resolution. In particular, arbitration has gained prominence, owing to its flexibility and pragmatism. Arbitration has been using technology more prominently than traditional litigation, despite complex cases involving the management of voluminous evidentiary records. In the face of a pandemic, arbitration is pivoting towards the digitalization of arbitral proceedings, bringing the aptitude of arbitrators in handling the challenges presented by the new era into focus.