Category civil procedure

An Erie Doctrine for Arbitration

Arbitration has become a staple of modern dispute resolution—the alternative par excellence to court adjudication for almost “every type of justiciable claim.”[1]  Its rise can largely be attributed to the use of arbitration clauses, contractual provisions that require legal claims be resolved in informal, non-judicial forums.[2]  What’s more, arbitration clauses received federal imprimatur over a […]