Arbitration is an increasingly common method for resolving commercial claims and disputes. It avoids the delay and expense of traditional litigation while also providing the parties with a fair, objective forum for presenting their claims. Many commercial contracts include arbitration clauses that bind both parties to this method of dispute resolution. Although arbitration has many advantages, it also poses distinct risks. Binding arbitration leaves little or no opportunity for judicial review of adverse decisions. Additionally, the rules governing the arbitration process also differ from those of the courtroom, creating potential pitfalls for the uninitiated. The parties’ strategies must be tailored in light of these considerations.
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