Chapter 21 - CHAPTER 21 ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION OF CONSTRUCTION DISPUTES

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Chapter 21 ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION OF CONSTRUCTION DISPUTES

Robert E. Benson, Esq.

Editor's Note: The following is a short summary of the law of arbitration and mediation. For a detailed presentation of the topics covered in this chapter, as well as other ADR topics, the reader is referred to Benson, Colorado and Federal Arbitration Law and Practice, Third Ed. (CLE in Colo., Inc., 2017). Those volumes also provide basic forms for many arbitration proceedings.

SYNOPSIS

§ 21.1 INTRODUCTION/SCOPE OF CHAPTER

§ 21.2 ARBITRATION - GENERALLY

§ 21.2.1-Public Policy and the Common Law of Arbitration
§ 21.2.2-Arbitration: Applicable Law, Rules, and Procedure
§ 21.2.3-Applicability of State or Federal Law to Arbitration Disputes: Preemption
§ 21.2.4-Arbitration Agreements
§ 21.2.5-Arbitration of Employer-Employee Disputes
§ 21.2.6-Conditions Precedent to Arbitration
§ 21.2.7-Enforcement of the Arbitration Agreement
§ 21.2.8-Initiation/Commencement of Arbitration
§ 21.2.9-Representation of Parties by Attorneys and Non-Attorneys
§ 21.2.10-Provisional Remedies
§ 21.2.11-The Arbitrator
§ 21.2.12-Prehearing Procedures
§ 21.2.13-Judicial Enforcement of Pre-Award Rulings and Orders
§ 21.2.14-The Arbitration Hearing
§ 21.2.15-The Award
§ 21.2.16-Post-Award Proceedings
§ 21.2.17-Judgment on the Award - Attorney Fees and Litigation Expenses
§ 21.2.18-Jurisdiction of the Courts and Arbitrator
§ 21.2.19-Venue
§ 21.2.20-Appeal of the Trial Court's Orders and Judgments
§ 21.2.21-Scope of Review by Appellate Courts

§ 21.3 ARBITRATION OF CONSTRUCTION DISPUTES

§ 21.3.1-Introduction
§ 21.3.2-Conditions Precedent to...

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