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Introducing The Arbitration Law Forum

September 9th, 2020 ADR Social Media, The Arbitration Law Forum 1 Comment »

Arbitration Law ForumIn case you haven’t already noticed, the Loree Reinsurance and Arbitration Law Forum is now the Arbitration Law Forum. The Loree Reinsurance and Arbitration Law Forum began publishing articles about arbitration, arbitration-law, reinsurance, and insurance issues when it was launched by Loree & Loree in March 2009.  Our first post is here.

The blog’s principal focus was arbitration- and arbitration-law-related matters, though it published from time-to-time articles about reinsurance- or insurance-related matters unrelated to arbitration. To date, and not including this post, the blog has published 310 posts. But Loree & Loree, which was formed in August 2008 by Philip J. Loree (“Loree Sr.”) and Philip J. Loree Jr. (“Loree Jr.”), recently became The Loree Law Firm. Loree Sr. recently retired from the practice of law after 61 years of practice, and Loree Jr. is continuing the practice as The Loree Law Firm. The change of firm name necessarily required changes to the firm’s website, and so Loree Jr. took that opportunity to rename the blog “The Arbitration Law Forum.” The main focus of The Arbitration Law Forum will continue to be arbitration, arbitration-law, and arbitration litigation, but it may, on occasion, also publish articles on reinsurance, insurance, and other commercial and business contract issues unrelated to arbitration. We hope the Arbitration Law Forum’s new name will widen its audience by emphasizing its focus on arbitration and arbitration law while de-emphasizing—but not forsaking—its occasional coverage of reinsurance and insurance issues. The next post will continue our Businessperson’s Federal Arbitration Act FAQ Guide series and focus on vacating arbitration awards on the ground of fraud or undue means.

Contacting the Author

If you have any questions about this article, or about arbitration, arbitration-law, or arbitration-related litigation, please contact the author, Philip Loree Jr., at (516) 941-6094 or at

Philip J. Loree Jr. has 30 years of experience handling matters arising under the Federal Arbitration Act and in representing a wide variety of clients in arbitration, litigation, and arbitration-related litigation.

ATTORNEY ADVERTISING NOTICE: Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

Photo Acknowledgment

The photo featured in this post was licensed from Yay Images and is subject to copyright protection under applicable law. Selects The Loree Law Firm as one of the top 18 Best Arbitrators & Mediators in New York City out of 1,763 Reviewed

January 16th, 2020 Arbitration Law, Arbitration Practice and Procedure, Federal Arbitration Act Enforcement Litigation Procedure, General, Loree & Loree, Mediation 7 Comments »
Arbitration | Loree & Loree

We were thrilled and honored to learn just recently that Loree & Loree was selected by out of a group of 1,763 persons or firms reviewed to be one of’s top 18 “Arbitrators & Mediators” in New York City for 2019. (See here.)’s “goal is to connect people with the best local experts.” (See here.)

The criteria used was reputation, credibility, availability, and professionalism.’s website describes those criteria in more detail and explains how top expert selections are made here and here.

In making its determination, “scored arbitrators & mediators on more than 25 variables across five categories, and analyzed the results to give you a hand-picked list of the best arbitrators & mediators in New York, NY.” (See here.) The category “Arbitrators & Mediators” includes firms, like L&L, which represent clients in arbitrations and in arbitration-law related disputes.

About L&L, said that “[t]he boutique firm is known for personalized service and reasonable fees and covers B2B litigation and arbitration, arbitration law, practice, and procedures, reinsurance, and insurance matters.” noted, among other things, that the “office has been quoted in Global Arbitration Review,” and “has considerable experience with the Federal Arbitration Act. . . .” (See here.)

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Photo Acknowledgment

The photo featured in this post was licensed from Yay Images and is subject to copyright protection under applicable law.