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The newsletter of ISBA’s Section on Alternative Dispute Resolution

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Newsletter Articles From 2014

S.C.O.T.U.S refuses to revive a Delaware arbitration program By Kyler Juckins December 2014 In March of this year, the U.S. Supreme court made the decision to refuse the revival of A Delaware arbitration program that allows judges to respond to corporate disputes confidentially.
Should a mediator be an attorney? By Jon Kingzette January 2014 There is nothing that bars attorneys from being mediators, and there is no law that should do such a thing.
What law governs the mediation privilege in federal cases? By Jonah Orlofsky May 2014 Two recent decisions show that the question of whether there is a mediation privilege in federal cases will differ depending upon the basis for jurisdiction.
Writing for the ISBA: MCLE credit and newsletter authors December 2014 Did you know that contributors to this newsletter may be able to earn MCLE credit for their published work? Learn more here.

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