For the first time, parties in a dispute before the American Arbitration Association (AAA) can opt for built-in appellate review of arbitral awards. But reception to the new AAA appellate rules, whic
...a cottage industry of challenging arbitration awards has developed," says Charles Schwartz, a partner in Houston's Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom...
Is computer-assisted review, or predictive coding, the holy grail for in-house counsel? Will it finally curb the explosive growth in costs for electronic discovery in large-data-volume cases
...C.L. "Mike" Schmidt, The Schmidt Firm, Dallas; Amanda L. Schwartz, Dallas Defense Attorneys: John Holman Barr and John...
There are proposed changes to the federal rules applicable to e-discovery, which currently allow plaintiffs to propound broad and costly discovery requests on defendants before there is any finding o
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