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By Caterina Cesario, details on an American Bar Association resolution that would change the use of, as well as the name for, special masters in the...

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Today's U.S. Supreme Court decision on arbitrability holds that a litigation stay is mandatory while a denial of arbitration is on appeal.

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By Ju Hee Ahn, an update on the Congressional bills proposed in the current session that could affect U.S. arbitration practice.

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By Asmar Ismayilova, an examination of the long-running U.K. arbitration reform efforts ahead of the close of the government's comment period.

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By Julia-Françoise Raith, on the 11th Circuit's reversing its longstanding course on the proper standard for overturning an international...

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By Paulina Jedrzejowski, the European Union contemplates stepping up regulation of third-party litigation and arbitration funding firms, requiring...

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By Paulina Jedrzejowski, with details from Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer's discussion at Columbia Law School's Arbitration Day.

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By Asmar Ismayilova, a look at the recent Campaign for Greener Arbitration programs at Paris Arbitration Week.

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By Paulina Jedrzejowski, who recounts and links to last week's NYC online event on Dayton's mediation response to emergency police calls.

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By Julia-Françoise Raith, on whether a federal court vacate a non-domestic arbitration award under the Federal Arbitration Act. An en banc Eleventh...

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First details on Tuesday's Coinbase v. Bielski U.S. Supreme Court arbitration case oral arguments.

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By Cenadra Gopala-Foster, last-minute developments and maneuvering for the March 21 U.S. Supreme Court arbitration appeals case.

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