Monthly Archives: August 2016

Efficient Commercial Arbitration: À La Carte Services

In a recent post on how to make arbitration more efficient, I suggested that avoiding administered arbitration was generally not a good way to go. Included among the reason not to skip administration were: (1) AAA provides access to experienced, well-qualified arbitrators and a well-defined process for selecting them, (2) someone needs to determine challenges … Continue reading Efficient Commercial Arbitration: À La Carte Services

Commercial Arbitration: Avoiding Potholes on Damages

We have been addressing some of the tricky issues that can come up in commercial arbitration — which I’ve been calling “potholes” — and how to address them. This time, let’s take up damages. The situation Consider this situation. You are the arbitrator.  The Claimant is seeking royalty payments under a license agreement on a … Continue reading Commercial Arbitration: Avoiding Potholes on Damages