In this round of Arbitration Tips-N-Tools, Professor Amy Schmitz asks some of the leading arbitration practitioners about the indicators would-be arbitrators should have in mind when deciding whether to decline a case, especially in a digital world, and faced with the complexities of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Round 16: What indicators should would-be arbitrators have in mind when deciding whether to decline a case?
A) Steven G. Shapiro –
B) Imre Szalai
C) Erin Archerd
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