Arbitration & Mediation
U.S. Supreme Court Decision An Important One For Arbitration Agreements
The recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in American Express v. Italian Colors Restaurant is a significant one for all those who use arbitration agreements or class or collective action waivers, writes Lisa A. McGlynn of Fisher & Phillips.
Is It Still Safe To Invest In Latin America?
Technical remedies in the form of ad hoc arbitration render Latin America reasonably secure despite the departure of Venezuela, Bolivia and Ecuador from the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes Convention.
Miami Stands To Benefit From Increased Arbitration in Latin America
Miami plays important role with international arbitration in Latin America on the rise, write Daniel E. Gonzalez and Thomas Pieper of Hogan Lovells.
Florida Supreme Court Restores Order To Arbitration Over Investments
The Florida Supreme Court rules investment losses are covered by statutes of limitation and repose in arbitration.
All Eyes On Court Waiting For Challenge To Medmal Caps
Mediators can take advantage of the uncertainty about caps on non-economic damages in medical malpractice cases while a case is pending before the Florida Supreme Court.
Why Arbitration May Be Counter-Trending
A sharp rise in motions and extensive discovery is pushing some lawyers to rethink the value of arbitration, write Gary M. Stein and Ralf R. Rodriguez of Peckar & Abramson.
The Conflicted World Of Arbitrator Conflicts
Legal groups are working to ensure independent and impartial adjudicators in arbitration.