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Litigation: Fall 2002Volume 29, No. 1, Fall 2002: Crime and Punishment

Opening Statement: Have You Ever Tried to Make Up Your Mind—About Arbitration?  |  PDF
Scott Atlas

Is there a problem with arbitration? It seems as if every time I mention the word to a client who has arbitrated or a lawyer who has represented clients in arbitration, they want to tell me a story about some recent, unpleasant experience with the process. I have encountered similar complaints across a broad range of disputes—from domestic consumer, commercial, financial, and employment matters to international business disputes.…


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