American Arbitration: Principles and Practice

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Practising Law Institute, 2008 - Law - 674 pages
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Written by some of the nation's leading arbitrators, American Arbitration gives you a comprehensive and current understanding of how to effectively commence, conduct, and conclude arbitrations that culminate in fair and enforceable agreements.Serving the needs of novice and veteran arbitrators and stocked with checklists and sample agreement clauses, American Arbitration examines the historical, legal, institutional, documentary, and procedural issues involved in arbitrations here and abroad, helping you to: determine when a dispute should be arbitrated or litigated . select the right arbitration providers, venues, and tribunal members . plan, negotiate, and draft comprehensive arbitration agreements . secure provisional remedies pending arbitrations . conduct arbitrations according to law, customs, and best practices . challenge the enforceability of arbitral awards on substantive grounds . and gain a working grasp of the laws, rules, techniques, procedures, and issues specific to arbitrations involving securities, intellectual property, international commercial matters, construction, and labor and employment.

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Contents

About the Authors vii
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AN INTRODUCTION TO ARBITRATION Chapter 1 When to Arbitrate When to Litigate Chapter 2 Historical Background of Arbitration in the Unit...
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Construction Arbitration
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Copyright

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