October 27, 2014

In a recent article in Corporate Counsel, Josh Leavitt, Co-chair of the firm's Construction Law practice, discusses the cost and delays of electronically stored information (ESI) and the inconsistency it poses with the core principles of arbitration like efficiency and cost-effectiveness. Arbitrators untrained in e-discovery can undermine the confidence in arbitration when one considers that effective use of e-discovery techniques can be just as case-determinative as in litigation.

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