Domestic and International Healthcare Arbitrations Print
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Thursday, 14 June 2012 00:00

Health care companies are increasingly resorting to arbitration, instead of courtroom litigation, to settle their disputes. Both the number and diversity of matters going to arbitration are on the upswing. From provider-payor issues, to licensing disputes, to M&A deals, sophisticated parties elect arbitration with the expectation that they can resolve their differences in confidence with less expense. This article provides practical advice to health care companies on whether to choose to arbitrate, how to draft arbitration agreements and how to conduct arbitrations. It addresses both U.S. and cross-border arbitrations. This article was featured in the March 25, 2012 issue of Health Lawyers Weekly.

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