Drafting Subsequent Agreements to Avoid Arbitrability Litigation
By David Prange, Benjamen Linden, and Michael Longley
April 20, 2023
When a new contract implementing a strategic partnership or joint development is first drafted, many times the dispute resolution provision is not of primary concern. Optimism abounds for a conflict-free relationship, but a small amount of time invested to address disputes may save significant resources later.
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