In-house attorneys tend to confront questions about arbitration at two discrete junctures: during the contract-ing process and at the onset of a dispute. A company is best served when its in-house counsel plays a proactive role at these and at every other stage of the process. During the contracting process, the in-house attorney often needs to address so many mixed business and legal questions that the dispute resolution clause sometimes gets very little attention.
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