Today we are pleased to announce the launch of a new project focused on envisioning the future of arbitration over the next century. This project will focus on promoting excellent in arbitration over the coming decades.
The partners in this project include Arbitrate.com, DisputeResolutionData.com, and leading academics focused on the field of arbitration.
We plan to collect information on domestic and international arbitration cases and to convene a conference in 2025 to mark the 100th anniversary of the Federal Arbitration Act.
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