ABA Publishes Robert Bartkus’ Analysis of 2 New ADR Business Rulings

Two recent ADR decisions provide valuable lessons on negotiated contracts and commercial terms between merchants, according to an article written by Robert E. Bartkus and published by the American Bar Association.

The rulings by the Third U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals and the New Jersey Supreme Court guide lawyers and others in drafting and enforcing arbitration clauses. Although both cases were in the context of consumer transactions, they hold useful direction on fair notice and arbitration rules for businesses.

The ABA’s Section of Litigation published the article on March 22, 2017.

Bob, of counsel at MARC, concentrates on business and international arbitration and litigation. He is the author or editor of numerous legal treatises and is co-author of the New Jersey Arbitration Handbook, to be published by Law Journal Press in April.

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