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Hybrid Arbitrations: How to Avoid Procedural Pitfalls

Hybrid arbitrations can save participants both time and money. Planning and communicating with the arbitration case administrator can help you avoid disruptions and allow you to concentrate on presenting your best case.

The year 2020 saw an increase in the use of virtual arbitrations. To the surprise of many, participants have been satisfied with the procedural ease of these hearings. Now that in-person arbitration hearings are again an option, many attorneys and their clients want to combine some of the conveniences of virtual arbitrations with the familiar advantages of in-person arbitrations. These blended hearings are now commonly known as hybrid arbitrations. (In the past, the term “hybrid arbitration” referred to a hearing that combined a mediation with an arbitration.)

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