Articles by Fellows

Commercial Arbitration Is Alive and Well

Commercial arbitration is flourishing in New York because parties voluntarily agree that arbitration is the preferred method for addressing and resolving disputes that may arise from their contractual relationships. For a wide range of reasons, the freedom of contracting parties to make that choice is a good thing. Read More

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Arbitrating Disputes Involving Blockchains, Smart Contracts, and Smart Legal Contracts

Blockchain-based distributed (shared) ledgers (“Blockchain Ledgers”) provide an immutable, secure, and tamper-evident alternative to conventional transactional modalities,1 one which also yields enhanced accountability, traceability, and transparency. (Published in the AAA Dispute Resolution Journal, October 2020, Vol. 74, No. 4.) Read More

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Technology Arbitration Revisited

Technology arbitration has undergone rapid growth and evolutionary development in the past decade. In 2010, the words “technology” and “arbitration” were rarely found together in the same sentence. Today, in 2020, technology arbitration… Read More

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Arb-Med: Workable or Worrisome?

Mixed-mode dispute resolution is becoming more common as parties endeavor to structure processes that provide optimal (and sometimes multiple) opportunities to resolve disputes. There are many different ways to structure mixed-mode dispute resolution processes. Read More

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