June 1974
Arbitration Journal;Jun74, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p144
Academic Journal
This articles reports that the court should exercise its power to enforce disclosure under a law in arbitration only to effectuate a decision of the arbitrators in New York. The parties should confine themselves to arbitration, the forum of their choice, particularly matters of disclosure and production of evidence, rather than making piecemeal applications to the court on incidental procedural disputes.


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