Arbitration acts as a method of dispute resolution and features prominently in the sports context. With COVID-19 wreaking havoc on the sports industry, the looming possibility of arbitration hearings is only growing larger. This episode examines ways in which parties could potentially better approach the arbitration process to try to ensure more efficient outcomes and maintain their relationships.
This is examined through:
- A cost-benefit analysis of the arbitration process
- The use of statistics by the parties and how to improve their use
- Maintaining a level of professionalism
- Psychological biases at play in the process & more!
Justin Mendonza – Producer, Host and Editor
Pro Bono Radio is part of the Queen’s chapter of Pro Bono Students Canada. The Pro Bono Radio team are not lawyers, and this is not legal advice.
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