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Carlton Fields litigators focus on helping clients achieve their business objectives. This often requires using more efficient alternatives to the court system, such as mediation and arbitration. In addition to having extensive experience representing clients in these proceedings, our litigation team includes several attorneys certified as mediators and qualified as arbitrators by state and federal courts, as well as attorneys who serve as special masters. The firm’s mediators and arbitrators have particular experience in various practice areas including bankruptcy, construction, employment, intellectual property law, and product liability and mass torts.


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Update on Arbitration: What Companies Should Be Doing Now in Light of Recent Supreme Court Cases

Update on Arbitration: What Companies Should Be Doing Now in Light of Recent Supreme Court Cases

September 20, 2022

In 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court issued several decisions construing the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA). Any company that does business with consumers or other businesses, and any business with employees — in other words, any business — should be aware of these decisions and the ever-changing arbitration landscape.

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