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Trends and Tips for Effective and Economic Arbitration

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Date Published

September 2, 2020

Publisher

Mecklenburg County Bar

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Summary

ADR Statistics and Trends

  • AAA domestic, commercial (B2B) case studies
  • Settlement statistics
  • Arbitrator statistics (e.g., number of arbitrators and compensation)
  • Diversity
  • “Split the baby” award statistics
Arbitration roadmap (from filing to award) Distinctions
  • Administered vs non-administered (ad hoc)
  • Administrative fees vs arbitrator fees
Drafting Considerations
  • Standard language for an ADR clause
  • Set deadlines
  • Specify procedures or rules
  • Locale
  • Number of arbitrators
  • Arbitrator selection process
  • Arbitrator qualifications
  • Free clause builder tool (Clausebuilder.org)
Controlling Time and Cost in Arbitration
  • AAA’s Top 10 suggestions
  • Arbitrator survey findings
  • Top factors contributing to time and cost
  • Top 3 best practice tips
Q&A

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Presenters

Michelle Skipper
Vice President - American Arbitration Association

Michelle Skipper is Vice President for the Commercial Division at the American Arbitration Association in Charlotte, NC. She... Read More

Sarah Clayton

Sarah Clayton is Director of ADR Services for the Commercial Division at the American Arbitration Association (AAA) in... Read More

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