Arbitration: An Effective Means to an End during COVID-19

Arbitration: An Effective Means to an End during COVID-19

Depending on the case and contract that is subject of the dispute, arbitration may be a requirement. Of course, those parties to the contract can ultimately waive that requirement or come up with some variant of their mutual choosing. Conversely, in matters absent an arbitration provision in a contract, the parties can voluntarily agree to go to arbitration.

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