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An Emerging Trend to Replace Direct Testimony with Written Narrative Witness Statements in Commercial Arbitration

A foundational principle of Arbitration is that it based on an agreement between the parties to submit their dispute for a binding decision by a neutral third party. The Federal Arbitration Act and companion state laws provide basic requirements governing arbitration, such as requiring that the arbitration agreement be expressed in writing, while the details of the process are left to the parties. Numerous institutions publish rules governing various aspects of the domestic Commercial Arbitration...

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Arbitration Conversation No. 76: Prof. Steven Shapiro, American University Washington College of Law

In this episode of the Arbitration Conversation, Amy interviews Prof. Steven Shapiro from the American University, Washington College of Law. Prof. Shapiro is the founder and Director of the Hospitality & Tourism Law program, and he is a Senior Affiliate in the Program on Law & Government and teaches Construction Law.

By Steven Shapiro, Amy Schmitz

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