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Arbitration Clause Checklist

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Procrastination is an ally to the opposition. Therefore, start preparing your case as soon as a problem is recognized or identified. Select your choices for arbitrator from the list provided by the Tribunal and notify the Tribunal as quickly as possible. Exclude anyone with whom you have prior dealings or personal knowledge Or at least disclose the true facts of the potential conflict of interest and request that your opponent review and agree to that arbitrator. Do NOT contact any potential arbitrator on the list. That would be a breach of neutrality. Expect that any arbitrator will ...
their own settlement (facilitative mediation). In some cases, mediators may express a view on what might be a fair or reasonable settlement, generally where all the parties agree that the mediator may do so (evaluative mediation). Mediation has a structure, timetable and dynamics that "ordinary" negotiation lacks. The process is private and confidential. The presence of a mediator is the key distinguishing feature of the process. There may be no obligation to go to mediation, but in some cases, any settlement agreement signed by the parties to a dispute will be binding on them. Views on the efficacy of mediation vary, ...
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Jeff Vail - Litigation Strategy & Innovation: Settlement Agreement ...
Payment:  agreement specifies amount, form, and timing of payment(s), and where necessary the categorization of the payment (e.g. "lost profits" vs. "pain and suffering"). - Dismissal:  agreement specifies nature, form, and timing of dismissal of claims - Release language:  check that scope covers all intended past, present, and future claims; states that release covers all claims, whether known or unknown, arising out of any (actions/agreement) as of (date) - Indemnity provision:  is one needed?  Check Colorado Uniform Contribution Among Tortfeasors Act, C.R.S. Section 13-50.5-105 , ... market research, surveys and trends
Self Defense Checklist
Entertainment Law Resources for Film, TV and Multimedia Producers by author and entertainment attorney Mark Litwak provides in-depth information to assist those who finance, produce and distribute motion pictures. Here is a summary of some of the most important ways film¬makers can protect their interests: 1. OBTAIN ALL PROMISES IN WRITING. Don’t accept oral assurances from a producer or studio executive. If they promise to spend $50,000 to promote your film, put that promise in writing. If there is not enough time to draft a long-form contract, insist on a letter agreement spelling out the essential terms. 2. ... market research, surveys and trends

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Assessment of Arbitration
preparation checklist on the Web site should be expanded to delineate a shipper's ... Sixty-six percent of arbitration users who purchased extra insurance .... The interstate HHG moving industry generates $10 billion in revenues ...... that the shippers initial they have read the clause relating to arbitration. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
STRUCTURING REAL ESTATE ARBITRATION CLAUSES: A NEUTRAL'S ...
clause checklist at the end of the monograph starting at page 52. ..... payment often fixed at 4 percent of profits from the leaseholder's use ... involved 10000 tenant families in eleven counties with a total of 1.8 million acres under ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Arbitration Clause Checklist (AR2008-43) The Advocates' E-Brief ...
Arbitration clause checklist. By Barry Leon and Jana Stettner, Torys LLP. This checklist does not stipulate what is best in all cases (no single option ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Consumer Help
Why check a contractor’s license? The Construction Contractors Board (CCB) believes the best way to a successful home improvement, repair or new home project is to know your contractor. Checking a contractor’s license can tell you: The contractor is actively licensed and has a  surety bond ; The contractor submitted proof of  liability insurance  at the time of application and insurance renewal*; The contractor submitted information that they carry Workers' Comp Insurance to protect its workers on the project; Breach of contract complaints filed with the CCB in the past seven years. CCB ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The Enforceability of Adhesive Arbitration Clauses in ...
With the explosion of the information age, the subject of many transactions has become what is known as "digital property." [1] The most obvious property of this sort is purchased every day in the form of software. However, unlike many forms of property, software is generally not sold; it is licensed. [2] Also, as a result of the internet and the information age, the parties to a transaction may not even be from the same country. Software companies responding to the unique needs of the software developer attempting to protect his/her intellectual property rights have began to use a mass-market license attached to the ...
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Consumer Rights: Scam Fee Employment Service, open job postings ...
Almost got involved in a fee employment Service. Actually, 1) they sent me an email after picking up my resume on one of the major job internet sites. Made it seem like they had a job for me. Turns out it's just a lure. I come in, they give me the pitch. I meet with the 'president' of the employment service, a Mr. Pxxxx. He gives me the pitch, real smooth operator. They set up a 'consultation' meeting. Give me a workbook, ask for $3300, I sign a contract of sorts (just says what they do and do for me and has an arbitration clause and another document acknowledging a checklist of items covered in our ...
Managing Litigation Costs: Five Tips for Business Clients
Your business has decided to invest in winning a lawsuit. How do you manage the litigation expenses? Consider these five tips. 1. Do Not Agree to Binding Arbitration. Before any lawsuit appears on the horizon, consider eliminating arbitration clauses from your contracts. Except for smaller disputes (like some employment cases), arbitration is not less expensive or faster than courtroom litigation. One reason for this is the fact that most courtroom cases settle before any trial occurs, thereby eliminating a lot of actual cost savings. Also, arbitrators � who charge fees by the hour or by the day � sometimes ...