This Note will argue that notwithstanding any criticism of the court-annexed arbitration procedure, the Colorado Supreme Court is taking a leadership position in upholding and expanding the role for arbitration, by recognizing that this form of alternative dispute resolution is less expensive, saves judicial time, provides for confidentially, and most importantly, provides the parties with a sense of fairness in the outcome.
Scott M. Badami,
Constitutionally Recognizing Court Mandated Arbitration: Paradise Found or Problems Abound - Firelock Inc. v. District Court,
1990 J. Disp. Resol.
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