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Construction Arbitration Is Too Lengthy & Costly. The AAA Hopes to Fix That.

As I noted last November, there’s a growing concern among construction industry stakeholders and others that arbitration too often fails to serve its intended purpose as a speedy, less costly and more streamlined alternative to civil litigation.  This rising chorus has complained that pre-hearing discovery is too extensive and drawn out, the hearings themselves take too long, and at the end of the day, no meaningful cost savings are actually achieved.

The American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) is taking those concerns seriously.

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