Litigation Fundamentals | Crafting Arbitration Clauses for Commercial Disputes

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Arbitration is a matter of contract. The parties to an arbitration agreement have great control over when, where, how and before whom arbitration will be carried out. Henry M. Quillian explains that decisions made at the time of negotiating the contract containing the arbitration clause can make a tremendous difference in the arbitration itself, and whether your client will be happy with the process or hate you for failing to draft a well-conceived clause. 

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