Entries from Law Student Connection tagged with 'arbitration'

"Judicial Review Of Religious Arbitration--Is There Too Much Or Not Enough?" by Emily A. Belfer

Judicial Review Of Religious Arbitration--Is There Too Much Or Not Enough?" by Emily A. Belfer I. Introduction Under American law, the parties in most disputes can elect to have their case decided by a religious tribunal in the place of...

"Do Awards From Expert Determination And Other Private Summary Dispute Resolution Mechanisms Fall Within The New York Arbitration Convention?" by Marcin Tustin

Do Awards From Expert Determination And Other Private Summary Dispute Resolution Mechanisms Fall Within The New York Arbitration Convention? by Marcin Tustin Expert determination, together with related mechanisms such as dispute resolution boards, are private summary dispute resolution mechanisms intended...

"Consumer And Employee Disputes: Statute v. Agreement To Arbitrate" by Anna Mitchell

Consumer And Employee Disputes: Statute v. Agreement To Arbitrate by Anna Mitchell Introduction In some legal practices, arbitration is favored to litigation. This is particularly true for businesses that may want to avoid disputes going before a jury, desire...

"Reflections On The Use Of Anti-Suit Injunctions In International Arbitration" by Vikram Sharma

Reflections On The Use Of Anti-Suit Injunctions In International Arbitration by Vikram Sharma Introduction The use of anti-suit injunctions is a recent trend that focuses on the issue of jurisdiction. In brief, it is a protective device in conflicts of...

"Sitting Judges As Arbitrators: The Delaware Experiment" by Brian Farkas

Sitting Judges as Arbitrators: The Delaware Experiment by Brian Farkas Introduction With varying degrees of unease, scholars and practitioners have recently noted the convergence of arbitration and litigation. Thomas J. Stipanowich, Arbitration: The 'New Litigation', 2010 U. ILL. L....

"Alternative Dispute Resolution: How The Growth Of This Practice Has Led To A Drop In Litigation" by Francesca Altema

Alternative Dispute Resolution: How The Growth Of This Practice Has Led To A Drop In Litigation by Francesca Altema Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) has quickly become one of the most popular forms of resolving a matter between parties. With regard...

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