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I wrote up my arbitration management style and preferences

I do a fair amount of arbitration work. In response to a suggestion from a colleague, I posted a response to a questionnaire published by an international arbitration group; the response indicates my general preferences for managing arbitration proceedings.

(In a nutshell:  In my view, an arbitration case should be managed as a joint business project, and not as an extended tennis match — or boxing match — between the lawyers. [This of course assumes that the parties feel that way too, which they might not.]  My response  to Item 16 summarizes some of my specific preferences about how to manage a case in that way.)

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