In Order to be Enforceable, Arbitration Provisions Must State Where and How Disputes Will Be Resolved... In order to be enforceable, arbitration provisions must state where and how disputes will be resolved, according to the Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court. In Flanzman v. Jenny Craig, Inc., the...
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Scarinci Hollenbeck’s Alternative Dispute Resolution practice group regularly provides content on assisting parties in resolving their matters through this type of resolutions. Our content provides insight on dealing with ADR relating to business and contractual disputes, family law disputes, and other complex disputes relating to mergers and acquisitions. To receive our attorneys’ Alternative Dispute Resolution articles please subscribe to our email list.
Is International Arbitration the Best Method for Resolving Cross-Border Disputes?
International Arbitration Process Made Easier for New Jersey Businesses Breached contracts and failed investments know no borders. As global business...
NJ Appeals Court: Continued Employment Created Arbitration Consent
A New Jersey appeals court recently held that three former employees of Ernst & Young assented to arbitration by continuing...
Mediation vs. Arbitration: What’s the Big Difference?
Both mediation and arbitration can be successful in resolving a New York or New Jersey business disagreement short of litigation....
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