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The New Jersey State Bar Association’s (NJSBA) governing body met last month to discuss issues facing the legal community, including arbitration agreements and proposed court rule changes.

Key among the discussion when the Board of Trustees met virtually on March 19 were arbitration agreements. The trustees approved draft model arbitration disclosure language to be shared with the Judiciary.

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