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Secret Arbitration or Civil Litigation?: An Analysis of the Delaware Arbitration Program | Author: Jores Kharatian

Secret Arbitration or Civil Litigation?: An Analysis of the Delaware Arbitration Program | Author: Jores Kharatian

The State of Delaware has long been known to be the home to many large corporations both private and public. Justice Steele, Chief Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court, has reiterated the prominent reason why many corporations choose Delaware as the state of their incorporation is the presence of highly knowledgeable judges within the business law realm, as well as the predictability of its judicial system.1 Therefore, it is no surprise that 51% of all public companies and 61% of Fortune 500 companies are incorporated in Delaware.2 Nonetheless, the predictability of Delaware’s judicial system may slowly be on the path to its demise…

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