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Arbitration Potholes: One Party Won’t Provide Discovery

In the recent series of articles we have been looking at what I call commercial arbitration “potholes.”  These are issues that come up during arbitration infrequently, but can be tricky and distract us from the merits when they do.  If we see them coming, we can usually find a way to work around them and keep things … Continue reading Arbitration Potholes: One Party Won’t Provide Discovery

Efficient Arbitration Part VI: Discovery Motions

In this series of articles we have been considering ways to make arbitration more efficient and inexpensive, while maintaining a fair opportunity for both sides to present their case.  We first focused on discovery in general, noting that the flexibility of arbitration can help provide ways to obtain necessary information while avoiding the expense of … Continue reading Efficient Arbitration Part VI: Discovery Motions