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Generally, once a decision is rendered in an arbitration, payment of any damages awarded is due. If a party fails to pay as required by a decision, the other party can enforce the award in a summary proceeding. Here’s what a party seeking enforcement should know: S. courts have the power to enforce arbitration awards….

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In my last blog post,I began comparing the predictions I made last year regarding consumer and employment arbitration to what has happened so far this year. Below are more of my views on the subject and my predictions are still as Larry David says, “Pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good.”   Still Expect Dodd-Frank to be Repealed and…

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If you’ve read this Blog for any time at all or picked up any book on Arbitration advocacy or even effective Trial practice…pretty much guaranteed you’ve seen the concept of Theme mentioned. So when looking at writing your Contentions on a subrogation arbitration case…is a Theme really all that important? I mean cases are decided…

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Lawyers are often accused of being slow to embrace technological advances, but that is changing. Technology solutions are increasingly being adopted because of how they can benefit a law firm’s productivity, profitability and client services. The following technologies are experiencing significant growth among attorneys: Cloud-based applications. Many law firms are looking to cloud-based applications that…

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By George H. Friedman* Chairman of the Board, Arbitration Resolution Services   Toward the end of last year, I authored a blog post, Consumer and Employment Arbitration: Six Things to look for in 2018. Below are my views on what was coming in 2018, and how these arbitration predictions are turning out as we hit…

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