A well-constructed dispute resolution clause is the foundation of a cost-effective and efficient dispute resolution process. Yet courts regularly are faced with arbitration clauses that are problematic in some respect.

Learn the most common drafting flaws, including:

  • Ambiguous Intent of the Parties
  • Buried, Unrealistic, or Ambiguous Requirements
  • Vague Conditions Precedent
  • Unrealistic Deadlines and Customized Procedures
  • Silent or Undefined Locale of the Hearings
  • Ineffective Arbitrator Selection Process
  • Inadequate Fee-Shifting Provisions
  • Review of the Award

Please fill out the form to the right to receive the whitepaper The Importance of a Robust Arbitration Clause.

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Who Should Attend: Arbitrators, advocates, academics, and anyone interested in the dynamics of arbitration.