The Case Of The Severely Snakebit Arbitration
Students who seek knowledge about arbitration procedure are sometimes guided by a process that contains some irregularities. The literature about arbitration is sparse. This article weaves both what should occur and what did not occur in proper form in an actual case as an effort to fill this void.
i U.S. Supreme Court in Prima Paint Corporation V Conklin Mfg. Co. 388 U.S. 395 (1967)
ii C.O’ Mara, “dealing with the attorney – client privileged or work products documents in arbitration’’. ARIAS US Quarterly, volume 17, Number 1
iii See, for instance, “Reinsurance Arbitration: A Viewpoint, ‘’ in RISE, Volume 1, Number 2, Winter 1983