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The Importance of Simplicity (Part 2)

In my previous article, I began discussing the importance of simplicity, in the service of clarity, in the presentation of facts and arguments. I asked the questions: –Why do we so often load up our papers and testimony with unnecessary … Continue reading

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Should I Agree to Arbitration? Part 2

{5:30 minutes to read} In my previous article, I provided an overview of arbitration and what happens if one chooses to take this path. In this continuation, I discuss discovery and motion practice, arbitrator selection and the hearing, and the … Continue reading

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Should I Agree to Arbitration? Part 1

{5 minutes to read} People unfamiliar with the various forms of alternative dispute resolution often ask the difference between mediation and arbitration. In addition, they often want to know the difference between arbitration and a traditional lawsuit—meaning, going to court. … Continue reading

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