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INSIGHT: Fighting the Equalizing Effects of Remote Arbitration

Remote arbitration during Covid-19 can put litigators at a disadvantage, if not done well. In Bloomberg Law Insights, Nicole Westbrook, a trial instructor and attorney at Jones & Keller, says some sort of remote arbitration will most likely last after the pandemic and offers tips on how litigators can fight its equalizing effects to achieve client goals.

 

 

Fighting the Equalizing Effects of Remote Arbitration

 

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