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An examination of how values – personal or societal conceptions of the way things ought to be – affect arbitrators’ deliberations.

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Noting that, given their average age, arbitrators constitute a community of ‘establishment neutrals,’ Cohen observes that decisions rendered in the arbitration of life style disputes nevertheless reflect both establishment and, arguably, anti-establishment outcomes. Drawing from a number of arbitration decisions involving life style disputes, including those cited by Valtin, Cohen concludes that arbitral commitment to …

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