Practitioners (and others) who advocate the benefits of arbitration (when compared with litigation) often do so because they think it is quicker and cheaper than litigation. This article explains why this commonly held belief is not necessarily true, but does point out an arbitration clause in a real-life contract which contains provisions which make arbitration more likely to be quick and effective.
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