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Enhanced by planning checklists and sample agreement language that help to ensure the effective commencement, conduct, and conclusion of arbitrations, American Arbitration covers the laws, rules, techniques, procedures, issues, and trends specific to arbitrations in such areas as securities, intellectual property, international commerce, construction, and labor and employment.
Updated at least once a year, American Arbitration: Principles and Practice is an essential resource for professional arbitrators and an important reference for attorneys, company executives, and other professionals involved in alternative dispute resolution processes.
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