Los Angeles Daily Journal

Companies use arbitration clauses hoping for a faster, cost-effective and more predictable resolution of disputes than traditional litigation. However, if not well thought out, an arbitration clause can become a minefield of unpleasant surprises and result in an arbitration that drags on even longer than regular litigation. The article contains considerations that will help maximize the effectiveness of an arbitration clause. 

The full article can be found here.

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