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HEALTHCARE NEUTRAL BLOG

The Healthcare Neutral Blog will share ideas and developments in alternative dispute resolution, healthcare business and law.

Disclosure Obligations And Repeat Players – What’s An Arbitrator To Do?

Repeat players pose disclosure challenges for arbitrators

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Court Says Parties Risk Waiver by Delaying Arbitration: Fish or Cut Bait

A case decided yesterday in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division, illustrates the risk of delaying a demand for arbitration. Stevens v. Cappadora (Docket No. A-1717-18T1) involved a dispute arising from a joint venture…

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AAA’s Eric Tuchmann Offers Arbitration Update to Garibaldi Inn of Court

The American Arbitration Association’s Senior V.P. and General Counsel, Eric Tuchmann, addressed the October 10 meeting of the Justice Marie L. Garibaldi American Inn of Court for ADR.  The Inn was founded…

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Arbitration Agreement May Be Incorporated Into Another Contract

Contracting parties should carefully consider arbitration as their preferred method of dispute resolution when drafting their agreements. A potential trap for the unwary may exist when the reach of one contract’s dispute resolution provision extends to another contract that is silent on the matter.

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Court Remand to an Arbitrator: Good or Bad for Arbitration?

A recent decision of the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals may suggest a change in the way courts can approach the review of arbitral awards presented for judicial review. One…

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Tools To Help You Decide How Your Healthcare Dispute Will Be Resolved

If you wait until a natural disaster strikes to prepare for a power outage or worse, you may find yourself with limited options, a dark house and a lot of spoiled food. The chances that one of your important contracts will go sour are much greater than the risk of a hurricane’s direct hit, yet we pay far more attention to disaster preparedness than we do to how our future business disputes will get resolved.

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