Dana N. Levitt was quoted in the May 13 issue of The Daily Journal in an article entitled, "Arbitration Strategy Forces Attorneys to Race the Clock." The article discusses the growing arbitration technique whereby both sides voluntarily agree to fixed time limits to present their cases. Mr. Levitt recounted, "From the moment the panel decided to use a chess clock and allot time equally, I said to myself, 'The last thing I want to do is get to the end of the case and not have enough time.' So I trimmed my witnesses, and shortened the length of my examinations and was careful in my cross not to flip down rabbit trails." He added that his clients tend to favor this arbitration technique. "What are clients concerned about?" Mr. Levitt asked. "What they are most concerned about at the moment is the inexorable length of complex commercial arbitration."