Commercial arbitration sometimes gets a bad rap for seeming to be no less expensive or lengthy than a court proceeding, and well, arbitrary. The accuracy of these criticisms often is inadequately explored, and there are many things that can be done to make business arbitration the efficient and fair process that it should be: some can be previewed in an article the author of this Practice Point wrote with United Technologies Litigation Chief Steven Greenspan: “Reassessing Commercial Arbitration: Making It Work for Your Company,” published in ACC Docket, Association of Corporate Counsel, March 2017, pp. 53–61.
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American Bar Association, Section of Litigation
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