American Arbitration Association

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American Arbitration Association

A private company that provides support for arbitration. Arbitration is an extrajudicial means of resolving a dispute in which the parties agree to make their cases before an impartial person or panel. While the American Arbitration Association does not serve as this person or panel, it can provide assistance to the arbitrators. For example, it may provide the rules that the arbitrators must follow. It also may appoint an arbitrator if the disputing parties cannot agree on one. It is based in New York City.
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It is being held in association with the American Arbitration Association, the International Centre for Dispute Resolution and the London-based Dispute Resolution Committee in the International Bar Association.
Burnett has experience with a variety of arbitration procedures for foreign clients, primarily from Latin America, including those administered by the American Arbitration Association's (AAA) International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), as well as ad hoc arbitrations under the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) rules involving Latin America, West Africa, Eastern Europe, and elsewhere.
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Earlier today, a three-member arbitration panel from the International Centre for Dispute Resolution issued an interim award that dismisses with prejudice all of Qiagen's claims.
Recent cases Michael has handled include representing a publicly-held interactive media company in patent infringement lawsuits in California and Texas; representing a major supplier of wafer fabrication equipment in the enforcement of its patent rights; and arbitrating an international trade secret and breach of confidence dispute before the International Centre for Dispute Resolution.
Digene's demand for arbitration was filed with the American Arbitration Association's International Centre for Dispute Resolution in New York.
Those grievances are addressed in a third-party, neutral alternative dispute resolution forum, administered by the American Arbitration Association and the International Centre for Dispute Resolution, in an exclusive global relationship with The NRE.

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