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Arbitration Agreements are Alive and Well

Anyone who follows this blog knows that I am an advocate for arbitration agreements because of the benefits they offer parties to a dispute.  They can streamline dispute resolution, reduce costs of resolution, make the process more predictable because the parties control the terms, and allow for confidentiality, all while allowing the complainant to have his or her day in court. The availability of arbitration was initially jeopardized by the November 28, 2016 regulations from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”), with its eleventh hour attempt to pass regulations prohibiting pre-dispute arbitration agreements in the skilled care setting. …

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