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Case briefs By Casey Harter, Madalyn Phillips, and Taryn Vaughan Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2013 Recent cases of interest to ADR practitioners.
Happenings By Casey Harter, Madalyn Phillips, and Taryn Vaughan Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2013 Mediation updates from around the country.
RSI publishes study on foreclosure mediation and provides suggestions for improvement By Casey Harter Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2013 Although a number of different goals exist when it comes to foreclosure mediation, a common problem is that most programs aren’t tracking whether these goals are being achieved.
Case briefs By Casey Harter, Madalyn Phillips, and Taryn Vaughan Alternative Dispute Resolution, February 2013 Recent cases of interest to alternative dispute resolution practitioners.
Happenings By Casey Harter, Madalyn Phillips, and Taryn Vaughan Alternative Dispute Resolution, February 2013 Mediation updates from around the country.
Nevada foreclosure mediation reviewed by Nevada Supreme Court By Casey Harter Alternative Dispute Resolution, February 2013 In Nevada, the question of the constitutionality of the Nevada Foreclosure Mediation Program is receiving consideration.
Case briefs By Taryn Vaughan, Madalyn Phillips, and Casey Harter Alternative Dispute Resolution, November 2012 Recent cases of interest to ADR practitioners.
Happenings By Taryn Vaughan, Madalyn Phillips, and Casey Harter Alternative Dispute Resolution, November 2012 Mediation updates from around the country.
Nevada’s foreclosure program: Is it working? By Casey Harter Alternative Dispute Resolution, November 2012 Several years later, there have been supporters who claim that Nevada's bill was a success, noting that of the 13,813 homeowners who participated in this program, 11,674 mediations resulted in no foreclosure. However, opponents are quick to point out that, of the participants, only about 11 percent were able to maintain their home through loan modification.
Case briefs By Casey Harter, Em Rademaker, Meghan Steinbeiss, Madeline Moton, Madalyn Phillips, and Shauntal Van Dreel Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2012 Recent cases of interest to ADR practitioners.
Happenings By Casey Harter, Em Rademaker, Meghan Steinbeiss, Madeline Moton, Madalyn Phillips, and Shauntal Van Dreel Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2012 Mediation updates from around the country.
Case briefs By Casey Harter, Em Rademaker, Meghan Steinbeiss, Madeline Moton, Madalyn Phillips, and Shauntal Van Dreel Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2012 Recent cases of interest to ADR practitioners.
The Center for Elder Law publishes study on the mediator’s role By Casey Harter Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2012 Elder mediation is growing and, as a result, basic rules and regulations need to be placed in order to better serve the needs of older adults.
Happenings By Casey Harter, Em Rademaker, Meghan Steinbeiss, Madeline Moton, Madalyn Phillips, and Shauntal Van Dreel Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2012 Mediation updates from around the country.
Case briefs By Casey Harter, Em Rademaker, Meghan Steinbeiss, Madeline Moton, Madalyn Phillips, and Shauntal Van Dreel Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 2012 Recent cases of interest to ADR practitioners.
Happenings By Casey Harter, Em Rademaker, Meghan Steinbeiss, Madeline Moton, Madalyn Phillips, and Shauntal Van Dreel Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 2012 Mediation updates from around the country.
Two government agencies make decisions that ensure class arbitration in select cases By Casey Harter Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 2012 The two agencies are the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
Case briefs By Casey Harter, Em Rademaker, Meghan Steinbeiss, Madeline Moton, Madalyn Phillips, and Shauntal Van Dreel Alternative Dispute Resolution, February 2012 Recent cases of interest to ADR practitioners.
Happenings By Casey Harter, Em Rademaker, Meghan Steinbeiss, Madeline Moton, Madalyn Phillips, and Shauntal Van Dreel Alternative Dispute Resolution, February 2012 Mediation updates from around the country.
National Labor Board rules that AT&T Mobility ruling does not apply in work contracts By Casey Harter and Madeline Moton Alternative Dispute Resolution, February 2012 The National Labor Relation Board recently made a controversial ruling that appears inconsistent with the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in AT&T v. Mobility a year ago. 
Case briefs By Madalyn Phillips, Meghan Steinbeiss, and Casey Harter Alternative Dispute Resolution, January 2012 Recent cases of interest to ADR practitioners.
Supreme Court dismisses Stok & Associates v. Citibank; Arbitration question remains unanswered By Madalyn Phillips and Casey Harter Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2011 The main issue to be reviewed in the case was the question of whether one side in a legal dispute surrenders its rights to arbitration once it has participated in a court case that has arisen from the same dispute.
The Uniform Collaborative Law Rules/Act rejected by the ABA House of Delegates By Casey Harter Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2011 As the practice of collaborative law has spread, it has become increasingly important that there be some framework protecting participants and promoting uniformity in the process.

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