Alternative Dispute Resolution

Court Arbitration: Fighting For Market Share

The Connecticut Law Tribune


In a previous column, I wrote about litigation challenging court annexed arbitration in the state of Delaware.The dispute arose from a Delaware judicial process allowing private litigants, generally corporations, to submit large disputes for arbitration before a sitting Chancery Court judge after the payment of a substantial fee ($12,000, plus $6,000 per additional day).

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