May 2013 – “Arbitration Pitfalls – The Non-Paying Party,” Multnomah Lawyer

Arbitration is often viewed as being faster, more efficient and cheaper than court litigation, but arbitration also presents challenges that traditional litigation does not.

In this article, Keil Mueller discusses the procedural hurdles that a party faces when the other side is unwilling or unable to pay its share of arbitration fees. Click here to read the full article.  (Reprinted with permission from Multnomah Lawyer.)


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