Thomas F. Bush, a member of the Litigation Practice Group, including ADR and Arbitration as well as Antitrust, has written a practice note that identifies key topics and best practices to consider when representing a client in arbitration in an antitrust case. Specifically, the article explains certain aspects of arbitration that practitioners should be familiar with when defending an antitrust claim. The practice note’s specific focus areas include governing laws, compelling arbitration, arbitration organizations, class actions and consolidation, number of arbitrators, discovery, dispositive motions, outcome of arbitration cases, and judicial review of arbitration rewards. The practice note was published March 26, 2018, by Lexis Practice Advisor.
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