2016 | Septiembre 16
The New Jersey Senate has passed legislation that would make the state a center for international alternative dispute resolution.
The bill, S602, sponsored by state Sen. Thomas Kean, R-Union, passed in a 33-0 vote Sept. 15 and now goes to the Assembly for consideration.
The bill, if passed by both houses of the Legislature and signed by Gov. Chris Christie, would codify a process in which disputes between U.S.-based and foreign-based parties could be resolved through arbitration or mediation.