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IS THERE A FLIGHT FROM ARBITRATION?

Are parties fleeing arbitration? “Ten to [twenty] years ago,” one commentator writes, “arbitration was the proverbial fair-haired kid. It was touted as being cheaper, faster, and less confrontational than litigation.” Today, the child seems to have grown into a troubled … Continue reading

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