arbitration proceedings, the Chair guides the procedural issues. This
discusses the role of the Chair and provides guidance.
Mr. Robbins writes: Most procedural issues fall on the
shoulders of the panel Chairperson. How that authority is exercised is
determinative of the outcome...
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In a recent decision with implications for broker-dealers and other companies that do business in California, the California Court of Appeal considered whether the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) (9 U.S.C. sections 1-16) preempted application...
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Arbitration has historically been the preferred method for resolving construction disputes in the United States, as many in the industry have (1) preferred the idea of having complex construction disputes decided by someone with construction-specific experience and expertise...