You serve as in-house counsel for a hotel management company. The property is ready to sign a huge Group Sales Agreement with a Fortune 500 company (the “Group”). First, though, the Group is insisting upon an arbitration clause. Your client is not opposed to arbitrating any disputes, but you wonder whether the Group’s proposed language is appropriate.
- This presentation addresses several key considerations when evaluating arbitration clauses:
- Subject-Matter Expertise
- Discover and Motions Practice
- Third-Party Service Providers
- Number of Arbitrators
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