Using the information that you read in Chapter 17, Section D, The Many Faces of Arbitration (pp. 557-569), as well as the information provided in the related online lectures and commentaries, prepare a summary (suggested length between 400 and 800 words) that explains how arbitration programs and procedures may be tailored to meet the specific priorities and needs of parties in different conflict settings (commercial, construction, labor, sports, writers guild, court-annexed, etc.).

Your answer should include comparisons and contrasts between at least three or four different kinds of arbitration discussed in the text and the video commentaries. When you differentiate the priorities and needs of parties in each kind of arbitration, try to be as specific as possible. When you describe the arbitration programs, some points of possible comparison/contrast include (1) who the arbitrators are (i.e., the kinds of background and experience that are sought in arbitrators), (2) the character of the arbitration process(es), and (3) the nature of the arbitrators decision (i.e., is it legally binding, or not, and why or why not?). Please make reference to specific points in the readings or the expert commentaries in your answer.