Arbitration Hits and Myths: What You Need to Know About the Modern World of Arbitration


Arbitration is a quick and inexpensive way to resolve your business disputes, right? All disputes lend themselves to arbitration, right? Disputes in all jurisdictions are better arbitrated than left to the courts, right? Arbitration produces better outcomes, right?


Learn what you need to know when considering whether to incorporate an arbitration provision into your business deal. Which arbitration provider is best for you? Will an off-the-rack arbitration work for your deal, or should you consider "designer" arbitration? Is the court system a better alternative than arbitration? When can arbitration be your worst nightmare?

Transactional and litigation lawyers will provide you with practical advice and a review of the many recent cases in the rapidly evolving law of arbitration, including the recently-decided U.S. Supreme Court decision in Hall Street Associates v. Mattell (March 25, 2008), regarding the scope of judicial review of arbitration awards.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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