InsideCounsel, Jan. 2008 at 14, highlights the blog of the National Arbitration Forum, which has been online since November 2004 (See my posts of Dec. 9, 2005 on ADR-favoring companies; and Feb. 7, 2007 on the cottage industry of arbitrators.). I wondered what else I had written about arbitration.
More than a dozen posts on this blawg have referred to arbitration. A few address arbitration in certain situations (See my posts of July 20, 2005 on employee disputes and ADR; March 29, 2005 on arbitration clauses to reduce litigation costs; Dec. 31, 2006 about online arbitration systems; and Nov. 10, 2007 regarding arbitration of disputes with outside counsel.).
Several posts have criticized arbitration (See my posts of Nov. 17, 2006 on mandatory arbitration; March 7, 2007 on a swing toward mediation over arbitration; May 4, 2007 about expensive international arbitration; and June 19, 2006 on a dissenting view regarding arbitration; May 23, 2007 # 2; and June 11, 2007 #5 on costs.).
Two posts have attacked methodological imperfections in surveys and their interpretation (See my posts of May 8, 2007 with some biased conclusions; and May 27, 2007 on biased data.).