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Because the history of the National Academy is important to understanding the arbitration profession, and because the Academy’s annual proceedings continue to have a significant bearing on the arbitration process,…

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Sardonically presented but engaging repartee between two highly regarded Academy Members. Their discussion evolves around the trend away from traditional arbitration toward a more complicated, formalized and litigious process.

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For David P. Miller

Members pay tribute to David P. Miller, who died at the age of 55 on March 22, 1975, while serving as President of the Academy.

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Evidence: Taking it for what it’s worth.

Two NAA members joust over the conflict between confining admissible evidence to the relevant and material, and becoming unduly legalistic.

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