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American Bar Association Alternate Dispute Resolution & Construction Litigation Committees CLE Seminar November 11, 2005 Litigation vs. Arbitration: A Case Study On Time and Cost Robert L. Byman The purpose of Arbitration is to provide an efficient alternative means to resolve disputes. Efficient means faster or cheaper or both --so the more we try to make Arbitration like Litigation, the more we do the process --and our clients --a disservice. It is important to keep in mind the differences, not...

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