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Thursday, January 2, 2014

Similarities between Arbitration and Bankruptcy Litigation

The litigation process in bankruptcy courts differs from the litigation process under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. And the bankruptcy litigation process differs from the Federal Rules in many of the same ways that the arbitration process tends to differ from the Federal Rules. This Article explores these similarities between the procedures of bankruptcy litigation and arbitration and contrasts them with the more elaborate procedures of ordinary civil litigation under the Federal Rules.

Nevada Law Review, Vol. 11, p. 436

1 comment:

  1. Completely Agree with author! After the recent USA Supreme Court award on American Express Co. v. Italian Colors
    Restaurants et al. arbitration provisions with class action waivers have come
    to be used widely also by banks.
    Miami international arbitrator

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