Litigators: Why I Like Baseball Arbitration


I am sure every lawyer reader knows that the best client development comes from ideas generated while working on an actual matter for a client. That is the time when you make the greatest impression.

It was the largest contract, and the largest contract dispute I ever handled. The executives of each company knew each other and they did not want to litigate the dispute in court. My client asked for my suggested dispute resolution. I suggested baseball arbitration. To be more precise I suggested night baseball arbitration.

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