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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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Who Benefits From Mandatory Arbitration Clauses? Part 2

{4:05  minutes to read} Click here to read part 1. It is one thing when sophisticated parties, of relatively equal bargaining positions, opt to  include an arbitration clause in an agreement.  It is quite another thing when parties, even those … Continue reading

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Who Benefits From Mandatory Arbitration Clauses?

{3:15 minutes to read} Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution that can take the place of traditional litigation. Arbitration is very different than traditional litigation in court, and the process has various advantages and disadvantages. A party can only … Continue reading

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