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Arbitration can help when IT deals go sour

The situation is exciting at the beginning.

Two companies enter into an agreement to develop software, implement software, develop a new Web site, or have a service provider deliver a range of services in the information technology area. Often these contracts work out perfectly well and the parties come to the end of the engagement reasonably satisfied with......

Full article >>> mercial arbitration can be a fast, fair and final way to resolve such disputes.

If the parties have agreed on a reasonable set of rules for the arbitration to occur under (for example, limited or no discovery, a hearing that occurs quickly after the request for arbitration has been made, a decision that is issued promptly after the hearing, and arbitration at a convenient location) arbitr......

Full article >>> service providers (the most prominent and well known of which is the American Arbitration Association).

In my experience, the key reason a party would choose arbitration of a technology dispute is the ability to select an arbitrator who is knowledgeable in the area of the dispute. While state and federal judges are experts in the law, they typically have......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Rob Petershack 05/11/05


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