The newsletter of ISBA’s Section on Alternative Dispute Resolution
Browse articles by year: 2014 (5)
Newsletter articles from 1999
The Dispute Resolution Center at North Central College and the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce have announced a unique member mediation program.
Mediation and Arbitration of Employment Disputes is a relatively new book in the Jossey-Bass Publishers series on conflict resolution.
Case law update
The Texas Fourth District Court of Appeals affirmed a ruling holding that Garcia violated a mediation settlement agreement when he moved to set aside the agreement which itself was entered into to settle a trust dispute
It is an honor and a privilege to serve this year as the chair of the distinguished group of professionals serving as section council members and for the members of the Section at large.
This marks the final newsletter for our 1998-1999 year. It has been a pleasure for me to serve in this capacity.
In previous issues, I have made mention of the fact that our section council was proceeding to draft legislation regarding the certification of mediators in Illinois.
In my previous chair's column, I outlined in a very general way the goals for the ADR Section Council
Internet resources related to ADR
Includes full text of several arbitration statutes and acts, selected articles from trade journals, and educational resources.
Is there a duty to advise clients about ADR?
All attorneys licensed in this state when practicing in this state are encouraged to advise their clients about the dispute resolution process options available to them and to assist them in the selection of the technique or procedure, including litigation, deemed appropriate for dealing with the client's dispute, case, or controversy.
Nolan-Haley, Jacqueline, M., Lawyers, Clients, and Mediation, Notre Dame Law Review: 1998, Vol. 3, No. 5, pgs. 1369-1390.