Why Not Arbitrate? Breaking the Backlog in State and Federal Courts
In her latest piece for the New York Law Journal, The Hon. Shira Scheindlin, of counsel in Stroock’s General Litigation and Government Affairs groups and a former federal judge, discusses arbitration as an option amid a civil case backlog.
Noting the delay in cases due to the coronavirus pandemic, Judge Scheindlin suggests that “given the realities of the current situation, arbitration is something all parties in commercial disputes should consider if they wish to resolve their dispute and return to the business of doing business.”
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