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Supreme Court Sides with Arbitrator in Case Related to Employee Smoking Marijuana during Work Hours
9/10/2016 11:55:12 AM
Description: The Connecticut Supreme Court determined a state employee should not have been fired because of smoking marijuana on the job. Legal experts say the ruling reinforces the arbitration decisions in an attempt to prevent public policy challenges.


Vladimir Sobotka and St. Louis Blues Headed for Salary Arbitration
7/14/2014 5:28:35 PM
Description: Hockey fans in St. Louis, Missouri were alarmed when the St. Louis Blues announced they were taking star player Vladimir Sobotka to salary arbitration, fearing the move would backfire similar to the Ryan O’Reilly debacle playing out in


More Wealthy Couples Are Turning to Arbitration to Settle Divorce Disputes: Here’s Why…
12/24/2012 9:33:59 PM
Description:   Divorce arbitration has a lot of benefits for wealthy couples, not the least of which is confidentiality.  Taking your “dirty laundry” to be aired publically before divorce courts is not something that many couples are


Alimony and Divorce – Is Arbitration the Near-Perfect Solution?
12/20/2012 7:07:22 AM
Description:   Family disputes contain a particular blend of emotional upheaval and anger that can make any legal issue difficult—this is especially true when it comes to divorce or alimony disputes.  However, in the middle of such disputes,


Arbitration & Divorce: What Are The Effects It Can Have
11/29/2012 9:05:17 AM
Description:   Many couples in the process of going through divorce proceedings may not want to go through arbitration because they think it will just drag out the inevitable end.  The opposite is true.  A lengthy divorce going through the court


How to Win Custody Arbitration as a Father
11/28/2012 11:05:21 PM
Description:   When it comes to custody cases, more often than not the mother has the upper hand. It is an uphill battle that needs to be carefully planned and thought out before you try to obtain custody over the mother. Even though courts do not have a


How Divorce Mediation is Different than Divorce Arbitration
11/27/2012 7:02:07 PM
Description:   When you are going through a divorce, it is typical to expect a messy situation.  Divorce is a long, strenuous road and can take many months and even years to get everything figured out and finalized.  Many times it is common for


Divorce Arbitration—When you want to get it done and get on with your life
11/14/2012 10:58:59 PM
Description:   Divorce is not an easy situation.  In fact, even the most straight-forward and unemotional divorce imaginable is one that is long, arduous, difficult and frustrating.  Emotional bonds are never easy to break, even if love has been


What is Collaborative Law?
10/2/2012 12:41:24 PM
Description: Collaborative Law is a new and alternative process where both parties and their legal counsel commit themselves to resolving their differences justly and equitably without resort, or threat of resort, to the courts. The attorneys hired for


Ohio Supreme Court Endorses Legal Arbitration for Divorce
7/26/2012 9:18:03 AM
Description: Last week, Ohio's Supreme Court officially gave the nod to legal arbitration and financial arbitration as valid ways of handling a divorce.   Like most sweeping court decisions, this one is not 100% clear cut. What can be handled by