When you include an arbitration clause in a business contract, you are opting for more streamlined, efficient resolution of any future disputes that may arise. But experience teaches that the arbitration clause itself often becomes the subject of time-consuming and expensive litigation. How do you prevent that from happening? Open the pdf below for three easy steps you can follow.
A member of Tonkon Torp's Litigation department, Caroline's practice focuses on commercial contracts, business owner disputes, and accounting issues. She represents clients in federal and state courts, before judges, juries, and arbitrators.