Hogan & Hartson is so convinced that arbitration is the way of the future in complex commercial disputes that it recently built a state-of-the-art room dedicated to arbitration in its downtown Miami office.

The room has flat-screen TVs and computer hardware and software, all geared toward creating a comfortable atmosphere for stressful meetings, said Daniel E. Gonzalez, the firm’s director of international litigation and arbitration. The room provides equipment for everything from digital presentations to video depositions.

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