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Re: jurisdiction language

I don't really know but I suspect that it might have something to do with
the fact that if one is labelled an "aritrator", then the process would be
subject to one or all of the parties invoking local or international rules
governing arbitration of disputes. The NESLI language keeps the settlement
of disputes outside the purview of the courts or other entities while
still providing for a process for dispute resolution as informally and as
inexpensively as possible.

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>>> David Goodman <dgoodman@Princeton.EDU> 10/25/02 18:14 PM >>>
In what sense is an expert whose decision "shall be 
final and binding on the parties" not an arbitrator?

Dr. David Goodman
Princeton University Library