U.S. Arbitration at a 'Serious Crossroad'
Judge Richard Berman writes: American arbitration is at a serious crossroad. Its many positive attributes (and many outstanding arbitrators) are rightfully being re-evaluated against some significant shortcomings, which may include collective action bans, secrecy, incorrect legal analyses, conflicts of interest, and perfunctory judicial review.
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