Monthly Archives: September 2015

Efficient Arbitration, Part V: Dispositive Motions

In earlier articles in this series we addressed the main thing that makes arbitration expensive: discovery.  We then suggested some strategies for balancing the need for information with the expense of getting it. We are  now going to move on to another area of expense in arbitration: motions. Motions in general It seems as though … Continue reading Efficient Arbitration, Part V: Dispositive Motions

Efficient Arbitration, Part IV: Non-Party Discovery

In the earlier articles in the series we addressed the main thing that makes arbitrations expensive: discovery.  As arbitration expanded over the years, many lawyers who were used to litigation-style discovery got involved. They demanded – and often got – litigation-style discovery with its attendant expense.  We have been exploring ways to get the parties … Continue reading Efficient Arbitration, Part IV: Non-Party Discovery