Viewpoint: why projected awards could make for better justice
Drawing on his experience of appearing in Californian courts, George Davidson, senior counsel at Hughes Hubbard & Reed in New York, makes the case that arbitrators should issue a draft of their intended award to the parties a few days before it is due so that errors can be pointed out and corrected and a better quality of justice delivered.
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