The AAA Revamps Its Arbitration and Mediation Rules
A brief business law blog post summarizing recent changes to the American Arbitration Association’s Commercial Rules and Mediation Procedures.
Authored by New York and New Jersey arbitration, mediation and business lawyer Lou Russo.Read More
SCOTUS: 1782(a) Discovery No Longer Available in International Arbitrations
On June 13, 2022, the United States Supreme Court unanimously held that parties to private arbitrations cannot use US federal courts to gather evidence to be used in international arbitrations.Read More
Virtual Arbitration: The Meteoric Rise of Web Conferencing In Response to COVID19
Four years ago, I participated in a panel discussion about the use of technology in arbitration. With the help of some brave souls across the pond in London, we conducted an opening statement and witness examination in a mock commercial arbitration involving a breach of contract all from the comfort of a conference room in…Read More