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posted on Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Arbitration, where an organization administers proceedings vs. non-administered arbitration, where no administering agency is involved in procedural aspects and all matters are handled either by the arbitrator or the parties themselves, which offers a form of alternative dispute resolution that is truly faster and more cost effective.

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posted on Friday, May 21, 2010

The scenario is all too familiar. The deal is done, the contract is signed, and no sooner than the ink is dry, the fighting starts. Disagreements begin innocently enough. A simple misunderstanding starts with little more than a few testy emails. Tensions escalate. Meetings are called, but nothing is resolved. Both sides bring in their litigators. Everything begins to dissolve, except of course, for the costs of litigation.

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posted on Monday, December 14, 2009

With Fortune 500 companies demanding more transparency in the dispute resolution process, a New York City-based nonprofit has decided to start rating arbitrators and mediators. The International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution hopes its online ratings will be available early next year. Its members will be able to use their passwords to access the information on the organization’s website.

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posted on Thursday, December 03, 2009

Nonadministered process can eliminate expensive services and give parties more control. Commercial arbitration in the United States is under attack. Clients and their counsel are turning away from arbitration and complaining that arbitration’s cost and complexity now approach or equal those of litigation, without the benefit and safeguards of appeal rights.

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