Similarities Between Arbitration and Bankruptcy Litigation

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KU Law Professor Stephen Ware's presentation at the Boyd School of Law, UNLV, Feb. 2010.

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Similarities Between Arbitration and Bankruptcy Litigation

  1. 1. Stephen J. Ware Professor of Law University of Kansas
  2. 2. Similarities Between Arbitration and Bankruptcy Litigation
  3. 3. Binding Adjudication public courts private “courts” (litigation) (arbitration)
  4. 4. Litigation bankruptcy all other
  5. 5. Bankruptcy Litigation adversary contested proceeding matter
  6. 6. Adjudication Procedure: - Service of process - Pleadings - Discovery - Summary judgment motions - Trial or hearing - Appeal
  7. 7. Do higher process costs correlate with more accurate adjudication and, thus, more just outcomes?
  8. 8. accuracy/ justice process costs
  9. 9. accuracy/ justice process costs
  10. 10. Stephen J. Ware Professor of Law University of Kansas ware@ku.edu 785-864-9209

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