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Dispute Resolution – Easy, Private, Affordable

ARS has a panel of legal industry experts who offer commentary about online arbitration and dispute resolution in this blog. Subscribe to the ARS blog to read the latest news about online dispute resolution and how it can help you to privately resolve conflicts.

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Earlier this week month I blogged on whether Justin Bieber and a photographer, who were embroiled in a law suit in Florida over an alleged assault on the photographer, should submit their dispute to non-binding arbitration [short answer: yes!]. After describing how this form of alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”) worked, I promised to cover other…

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The President’s bombshell announcement that the United States would be moving toward normalizing relations with Cuba has certainly touched off a lively debate. Whether one favors the move, it does raise questions. For most people, thoughts turned to prospects of resumed trade, restored tourism, long-separated relatives reuniting, and of course cigars.1 Not me. I immediately…

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TECHNOLOGY, ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION, AND THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY: THE FUTURE HAS ARRIVED (REALLY THIS TIME) By George H. Friedman*   Abstract Over twenty years ago, the author of this paper evaluated emerging technologies and predicted how they might impact alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”).[1]  Four years later, after the emergence of the internet, he updated his predictions…

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Justin Bieber, Sunoco and Arbitration: How are they Possibly Connected?   by George Friedman*   Earlier this week came word that Justin Bieber and a photographer, who are embroiled in a law suit in Florida over an alleged assault on the photographer, are now arguing about whether the judge should direct the parties to submit…

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Just Like Thanksgiving and Black Friday: Five Truisms about Arbitration — That Aren’t True  by George Friedman* The other day, I stumbled on a television show that debunked some commonly-held misperceptions about Thanksgiving. Who knew the Pilgrims didn’t wear black and white clothes and sport buckles? This got me to thinking about an article I…

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