Articles on Alternative Dispute Resolution

Case Briefs Alternative Dispute Resolution, March 2021 Summaries of recent cases of interest to alternative dispute resolution practitioners.
Obtaining Third-Party Discovery in Arbitration Is Not Guaranteed By Nicholas A. Gowen Alternative Dispute Resolution, March 2021 Arbitration is an efficient way of resolving complex commercial matters, but there is no guarantee that you will be able to obtain third-party discovery as in federal or state court litigation.
Teamwork Essential to the Practice of Collaborative Process By Sandra Crawford Alternative Dispute Resolution, March 2021 The International Academy of Collaborative Professionals promulgates standards and ethics for professionals practicing collaborative law.
What Every Illinois Estate Planner Should Know About Elder Mediation (Part 1) By Roselyn L. Friedman Trusts and Estates, March 2021 Mediation can be a helpful tool for managing family disputes while protecting the lawyer from unnecessary risk.
Tenth Circuit Provides Guidance on Determining Personal Jurisdiction to Enforce International Arbitration Awards By John R. Schleppenbach Alternative Dispute Resolution, January 2021 In Compania de Inversiones Mercantiles, S.A. v. Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua S.A.B. de C.V., the tenth circuit's decision provides welcomed guidance on establishing personal jurisdiction to enforce an international arbitration award.
Arbitration Clauses in Employment Relationships—Enforceable or Not? By Deborah Jo Soehlig Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2020 Beginning with the rash of sexual harassment allegations which spurred the #MeToo movement, arbitration clauses in employment agreements and handbooks have come under increasing scrutiny.
Case Briefs Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2020 Summaries of recent cases of interest to alternative dispute resolution practitioners.
Collaborative Practice News Alternative Dispute Resolution, August 2020 A look at recent events of the Collaborative Law Institute.
Mediation Meditations: Mediation Competition—That’s Not an Oxymoron By Laura A. Josephson-Bernat Alternative Dispute Resolution, August 2020 An interview with Case Ellis about the International Academy of Dispute Resolution.
Discovery in the United States in Support of International Arbitrations: Part 2 By Hyun Yung (Julia) Lee International and Immigration Law, May 2020 The rules and laws governing arbitration remain ambiguous in international disputes, and recent attention has been paid to the discovery process in international arbitration. 
Case Briefs Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 2020 Recent cases of interest to ADR practitioners.
Discovery in the United States in Support of International Arbitrations Part 1 By Hyun Yung (Julia) Lee International and Immigration Law, April 2020 The rules and laws governing arbitration remain ambiguous in international disputes, and recent attention has been paid to the discovery process in international arbitration. 
Discovery in the United States in Support of International Arbitrations By Hyun Yung (Julia) Lee Alternative Dispute Resolution, January 2020 The rules and laws governing arbitration remain ambiguous in international disputes, and recent attention has been paid to the discovery process in international arbitration. 
Happenings Alternative Dispute Resolution, January 2020 Recent ADR events and updates from around the country.
Mediation Meditations: Imperfect Impartiality—Implicit Bias in Mediation By Laura A. Josephson-Bernat Alternative Dispute Resolution, January 2020 Despite a mediator’s intent to be impartial, unconscious bias impacts neutrality in mediations.
Happenings Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2019 Recent ADR events and updates from around the country.
Case Briefs Alternative Dispute Resolution, August 2019 Recent cases of interest to ADR practitioners.
Happenings Alternative Dispute Resolution, August 2019 Recent ADR events and updates from around the country.
Canadian court deems Uber arbitration clause invalid By Reagan Quynn International and Immigration Law, July 2019 In early January, a Canadian appellate court declared the arbitration clause for Uber drivers invalid.
Happenings By Raine Odom & Reagan Quynn Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2019 Recent ADR events and updates from around the country.
New legislation proposed to end mandatory arbitration in consumer and employee cases By Madeline Derango Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2019 In February, new legislation to prohibit the use of mandatory arbitration clauses in employee and consumer disputes was proposed.
Technology and ADR By Madeline Derango Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2019 Artificial intelligence has the potential to drastically change international arbitration, which poses unique challenges for arbitrators.
Association of attorney-mediators files amicus memorandum to protect mediation confidentiality By Robert Berliner Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 2019 Our mediation community must be vigilant in responding to threats to confidentiality of mediation communications.
Canadian court deems Uber arbitration clause invalid By Reagan Quynn Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 2019 In early January, a Canadian appellate court declared the arbitration clause for Uber drivers invalid.
Environmental law: Review of ‘Environmental Disputes, Community Involvement in Conflict Resolution’ By Kel Goff Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 2019 A summary of the book "Environmental Disputes, Community Involvement in Conflict Resolution" by James E. Crowfoot and Julia M. Wondolleck.
First circuit declines to order arbitration due to lack of evidence blind plaintiffs were aware of arbitration clause By John R. Schleppenbach Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 2019 The first circuit’s decision in National Federation of the Blind v. The Container Store, Inc. serves as a caution that arbitration clauses should be made conspicuous to ensure their enforceability.
Happenings By Raine Odom Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 2019 Recent ADR events and updates from around the country.
National Coalition on Dialogue and Deliberation By Missy Greathouse Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 2019 An interview with Courtney Breese, the managing director of the National Coalition on Dialogue and Deliberation.
New Jersey legislature passes legislation barring mandatory arbitration of discrimination claims By Jay Schleppenbach Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 2019 New Jersey's legislature recently passed a bill that would prohibit employers from enforcing mandatory pre-dispute arbitration provisions.
Social justice: ‘Justice on Both Sides’ By Reagan Quynn Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 2019 A summary of the book "Justice on Both Sides."

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