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  1. Arbitration: 75%
    44 years
  2. Mediation: 15%
    29 years
  3. Contracts: 10%
    44 years



Hourly ($375-450/hour)

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11 Hunting Ridge Place
Chappaqua, NY, 10514-2105


NYCurrently registered 196903/07/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Nathaniel Goldberg Award for Constitutional LawN/A1969
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
N/APaul Bennett Marrow, attorney1969 - Present
Association namePosition nameDuration
Charter Institute of ArbitratorsMember, Board of Managers2013 - Present
Charter Institute of Arbitrators, London, EnglandFellow2006 - 2015
Westchester County Bar AssociationMember Arbitration Committee2000 - 2015
American Bar AssociationMember, Arbitration Committee1969 - 2015
New York State Bar AssociationMember, Arbitration Committee1969 - 2015
Publication nameTitleDate
68 Dispute Resolution Journal 1 (2014) (co-author)The “Circle of Assent” Doctrine and the Mandatory Pre-Dispute Arbitration Clause: When the Unconscionable Contract Analysis Just Won’t Do2014
New York State Bar Association JournalCan an Arbitrator Conduct Independent Legal Research? If Not, Why Not?2013
New York State Bar Association JournalLimitations on the Duty to Advise: Knowing When It’s Time to Say More, Not Less2011
American Arbitration AssociationA Practical Approach to Affording Review of Commercial Arbitration Awards2010
New York State Bar Association JournalCounsel, Beware2009
New York State Bar Association JournalWhen Discovery Seems Unavailable, It’s Probably Available2008
New York State Bar JournalThe Changing Nature of Leadership in Law Firms2008
Alternatives to the High Cost of LitigationEliminating Unconscionability in Assessing Mandatory Clauses by Deploying the Vantage Point of Public Policy2007
Westchester County Bar JournalArbitration Awards:Understanding the Limitation of Vacatur and the Possibilities for an Appeal2006
Alternatives to the High Cost of LitigationNon-Negotiable Mandadtory Arbitration Clauses: From the Perspective of the Drafting Party2006
New York State Bar Association JournalComing to New York? An Unconscionable Mediation Agreement?2006
Cleveland State Law ReviewSqueezing Subjectivity from the Dotrine of Unconscionability2005
Dispute Resolution Journal, American Arbitration AssocociationA Practical Approach to Afording Review of Commercial Arbitration Awards2005
New York State Bar Association JournalDrafting Matrimonial Agreements Requires Consideration of Possible Unconscionability Issues2004
Cumberland Law ReviewCrafting a Remedy for the Naughtiness of Procedural Unconscionability2004
Westchester Bar JournalProfessional Misconduct: New York’s Unified System2002
Pace Law ReviewThe Unconscionability of a Liquidated Damege Clause: A Practical Application of Behavioral Decision Theory2002
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
New York Law SchoolLawJD - Juris Doctor1969
Case Western Reserve UniversityHistoryBA - Bachelor of Arts1966
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
American Bar Association, Dispute Resolution SectionInvited Lecturer on Topics of Arbitration & Mediation2010
Spring, 2007 conference, PresenterArbitration and Mediation2007
Continuing legal eduation programs, presenterArbitration and Mediation2007
Spring, 2006 Conference. PresenterArbitration and Mediation2006
Continuing legal education programs, presenterArbitration and Mediation2006
Continuing legal education programs, presenterContract law2000