JAMS Global Construction Solutions -- Fall 2012

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In This Issue:

Construction Mediation: Pick a Mediator with Experience in Dealing with Construction Industry Participants’ Differences in outlook; Confidentiality in the Arbitration of Construction Disputes; So Far Away from Home, It’s No Longer an American Tune: Fee Shifting in Construction Disputes; Expedited Arbitration Rules; and Notices & Events.

Excerpt from Construction Mediation: Pick a Mediator with Experience in Dealing with Construction Industry Participants’ Differences in outlook:

Construction industry participants — owners, contractors, and design professionals — long have been recognized as having characteristic group outlooks and attitudes fundamentally different from each other that have contributed to the construction industry’s litigiousness.

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