Arbitration and the trial lawyer by Florida BarCase law update and ethical considerations for arbitrators and arbitration counsel / J. Bert Grandoff. -- Non-binding arbitration chapter 44 / John W. Salmon, Martin A. Soll. -- Best practices for arbitration counsel / J. Bert Grandoff. -- Panel discussion: trial lawyer's guide for preparing for successful arbitration / J. Bert Grandoff, John Hinchey, Christi Underwood.
The New Handshake by Amy J. Schmitz (Contribution by); Colin Rule (Contribution by)The New Handshake focuses on resolving disputes arising from online transactions. This groundbreaking book proposes a design to provide fast and fair resolutions for low-dollar claims, such as those in most B2C transactions. This revolutionary system is designed to operate independently of the courts, thereby eliminating procedural complexities and choice of law concerns. It can be integrated directly into the websites and provides consumers with free access to remedies.
Understanding Alternative Dispute Resolution by Kristen M. Blankley; Maureen A. WestonUnderstanding Alternative Dispute Resolution provides a comprehensive overview of the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). The use of ADR methods has grown rapidly and touches the practices of lawyers on a local, national, and international level. ADR has transformed the nature of the lawyers' practice and roles as client counselor, advocate, and neutral. The treatise covers the major ADR processes, including client counseling, negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and collaborative law and addresses legal, practical, and ethical aspects of each process. This title provides a framework for selecting the most appropriate dispute resolution process and will assist attorneys, law students, neutrals, and parties in conflict in effectively addressing, managing, and resolving disputes.
Principles of Alternative Dispute Resolution by Stephen WareProvides a clear and reliable statement of the law and concepts central to ADR (arbitration, negotiation, mediation, and other processes). Its thorough coverage of arbitration law renders this challenging and rapidly-changing body of statutes and case law accessible to the student or lawyer. The chapters on negotiation and mediation treat the subjects from the perspectives of theory, practice, and legal doctrine.
Consumer Arbitration Agreements: Enforceability And Other Topics by F. Paul Bland, Jr., David Seligman, Leslie A. Bailey, Richard H. Frankel, Michael J. QuirkPreliminary issues -- Threshold issues for challenges to arbitration clauses -- The federal arbitration act and the preemption of state law -- Federal limits on the enfoceability of arbitration requirements -- Formation of agreement to arbitrate -- Unconscionability and other contract law defenses to arbitration clauses -- Arbitration clause's applicability to particular claims or parties -- Waiver of the right to compel arbitration -- Arbitration of claims on a classwide basis -- Judicial review and effect of the arbitration award -- Creditor's use of arbitration to collect consumer debts -- Appendix A: The Federal Arbitration Act -- Appendix B: Federal limits on arbitration -- Appendix C: Rules of the American Arbitration Association.
A Short and Happy Guide to Mediation by Will PryorA Short & Happy Guide to Mediation is for lawyers who want better results from mediation, clients curious about an upcoming mediation, mediators who want to become more effective, and students who want to explore dispute resolution as a career. What disputes should be mediated? Who gets to be the mediator and how do you choose the right one? How can preparation for a mediation lead to a more successful result? What are some things about the practice of mediation these days that we can improve? A Short & Happy Guide to Mediation addresses these and many other intriguing questions. Learn more about this series at ShortandHappyGuides.com.
Construction ADR by Adrian L. Bastianelli; Charles M. SinkThe construction industry has pioneered the use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Given the complex and technical nature of construction disputes, an efficient and cost-effective resolution requires that lawyers, arbitrators and mediators have a genuine understanding of the construction process and its business practices . Construction ADR provides a comprehensive grounding in and also a practical analysis of all aspects of current ADR methods and theories used in the construction industry, including mediation, arbitration, dispute resolution boards (DRB), initial decision making (IDM), and project neutrals.
Mastering Alternative Dispute Resolution by Kelly M. Feeley; James A. SheehanMastering Alternative Dispute Resolution covers what readers need to know about negotiation, mediation, and arbitration without requiring them to tunnel through a morass of rules, regulations, statutes, and case law. Negotiation, mediation, and arbitration are skills which are usually taught by doing, but there are a number of fundamentals that need to be studied. This book introduces the reader to those fundamentals and uses examples to show how to put them to practical use.
This book is part of the Carolina Academic Press Mastering Series edited by Russell L. Weaver, University of Louisville School of Law.
Examples and Explanations by Michael L. Moffitt; Andrea Kupfer SchneiderA favorite among successful students, and often recommended by professors, the unique Examples & Explanations series gives you extremely clear introductions to concepts followed by realistic examples that mirror those presented in the classroom throughout the semester. Use at the beginning and midway through the semester to deepen your understanding through clear explanations, corresponding hypothetical fact patterns, and analysis. Then use to study for finals by reviewing the hypotheticals as well as the structure and reasoning behind the accompanying analysis. Designed to complement your casebook, the trusted Examples & Explanations titles get right to the point in a conversational, often humorous style that helps you learn the material each step of the way and prepare for the exam at the end of the course. The unique, time-tested Examples & Explanations series is invaluable to teach yourself the subject from the first day of class until your last review before the final. Each guide: helps you learn new material by working through chapters that explain each topic in simple language challenges your understanding with hypotheticals similar to those presented in class provides valuable opportunity to study for the final by reviewing the hypotheticals as well as the structure and reasoning behind the corresponding analysis quickly gets to the point in conversational style laced with humor remains a favorite among law school students is often recommended by professors who encourage the use of study guides works with ALL the major casebooks, suits any class on a given topic provides an alternative perspective to help you understand your casebook and in-class lectures
Nolan-Haley's Alternative Dispute Resolution in a Nutshell by Jacqueline Nolan-HaleyThis title presents a concise summary of alternatives to the court adjudication of disputes. On-point discussion facilitates an understanding of the wide variety of options available that can better suit a client's needs, such as negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and various hybrids such as arb-med, med-arb, consensus-building as well as court-connected processes. Particular attention is focused on the legal and ethical issues associated with negotiation, mediation and arbitration. Each chapter contains a bibliography. This is a must read for anyone interested in the field of dispute resolution.
Argumentation in Dispute Mediation by Sara Greco MorassoThe context of mediation immediately highlights the importance of argumentation as a means to reasonably handle conflict. Argumentation in dispute mediation tackles this topic providing both theoretical insights and detailed empirical argumentative analysis. Its goal is twofold: to explore mediation as a real-life context of argumentation and to show how an increased argumentative awareness could improve conflict resolution. Particular emphasis is accorded to mapping mediation through an interdisciplinary reasoned review of existing accounts. The outline of a conceptual framework of mediation constitutes a solid basis for the study of argumentation in mediation. The argumentative analysis of a corpus of mediation cases, based on the pragma-dialectical account and the Argumentum Model of Topics, shows the mediatorâe(tm)s moves which actually help conflicting parties discuss reasonably. The mediatorâe(tm)s topical potential plays a crucial role in this relation at the levels of issue selection, evoking of cultural-contextual premises and choice of argument schemes.
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Arbitration 2012 : outside in : how the external environment is shaping arbitration : proceedings of the sixty-fifth annual meeting, National Academy of Arbitrators, Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 6-9, 2012 by edited by Nancy Kauffman, Matthew M. FranckiewiczPresidential address / by Roberta Golick ; Introdcution / by Margaret Brogan -- Distinguished speaker address: Restoring fairness to the arbitration system / by Russ Feingold ; Introduction by Edward B. Krinsky -- What's up doc? : medical conundrums in arbitration / Robert B. Moberly, George R. Fleischli, Paula Knopf, Homer C. La Rue, Bill O'Brien and Nancy A. Walker, Karen G. Schanfield and Thomas R. Trachsel -- Mental health issues in arbitration / by Perry Sirota -- Approaches to evaluating, presenting, and resolving workplace disputes involving mental health issues / Lisa Salkovitz Kohn, Perry Sirota, Donald S. McPherson and Jeanne M. Vonhof -- HIPAA basics for arbitration / by Briar A. Andersen -- Use of patient information in arbitration of health care employee discipline : substantive and procedural issues / Laura J. Cooper, Patricia Thomas Bittel, Brendan Cummins, Timothy Kohls -- The anti-social network : Facebook, smart phones, and other social media in the workplace. Panel discussion / Daniel J. Nielsen, Jennifer Dunn, Martin H. Malin and Timoth Hawks ; Consolidated outline / by Martin Malin, Jennifer Dunn, and Thimothy Hawks -- Debating controversial issues / Fredric R. Dichter, Gary Bailey, Mario F. Bognanno, and Andrew C.L. Sims, Carolyn Trevis -- The impact of case and arbitrator characteristics on employment arbitration outcomes / by Alexander J.S. Colvin adn Kelly Pike -- Employment arbitration : the voice of (mostly vicarious) experience / by Theodore J. St. Antoine -- Panel discussion / Hoyt N. Wheeler, Alexander Colvin, David Schesinger, Theodore J. St. Antoine, and Paul J. Yechout -- Keeping int moving : evidence and procedure rulings / Mei L. Bickner, Joan G. Dolan, Andria S. Knapp, Daniel J. Nielsen, and Alan A. Symonette -- Mediation during arbitration? : yes, no, and maybe / Susan L. Stewart, Janice K. Frankman, Bill Houlihan, and John E. Sands -- Should arbitration mediate? : yes, no, and maybe / by John E. Sands --
Mediation during arbitration : an argument against donning two hats / by Janice K. Frankman -- Crossing the line : ethics and empathy / Janice K. Frankman, Sarah Lewerenz, Sherwood Malamud, Marko Mrkonich, and Christine Ver Ploeg -- What is the place of empathy in the arbitral process? / by Sherwood Malamud -- Ethics and empathy : an arbitrator's dilemma / by Janice K. Frankman -- Public sector collective bargaining in the new world / Stephen F. Befort, Timothy Hawks, Joseph Slater, Josh Tilsen, Steve Weld -- Attack on public sector collective bargaining rights, 2011 to early 2012 / by Joseph Slater -- Postal industry collective bargaining and arbitration / Joseph F. Gentile, I.B. Helburn, Joey Johnson, Mike Morris, and Kevin A. Rachel -- Suggestions to improve the arbitration process / by I.B. Helburn -- Interest in rights arbitration / by Mike Morris -- Restricting personal electronic devices in the railroad industry / Elizabeth C. Wesman, M. David Vaughn and Michael Long -- Restrictions on the use of personal electronic devices in the railroad industry / by M. David Vaughn -- Invited paper: Arbitrator as consensus builder : opportunities and challenges in the changing labor relations environment / by Nancy E. Peace and Mary Ellen Shea -- The interplay between labour arbitration and proceedings at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario / by Owen V. Gray -- The interplay of arbitration and human rights tribunals in Canada / James Oakley, Owen Gray and David Starkman -- Fireside chat with Richard I. Block / George Nicolau, interviewer
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Alternative Dispute Resolution by BarCharts Inc., StaffThis useful study guide to Alternative Dispute Resolution outlines the steps and procedure involved in settling disputes in an official fashion while preempting litigation.