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"Indisputably" - 5 new articles

  1. No Surprise — Iskanian Court Enforces Class Action Waiver
  2. Missouri DR Center Announces Winners of Student Writing Competition Regarding Events in Ferguson, Missouri
  3. Minimizing Unnecessary Violence in Litigation and Other Dispute Resolution Processes
  4. Alfini on Judge Richard Enslen
  5. The Conflict Paradox
  6. Search Indisputably
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No Surprise — Iskanian Court Enforces Class Action Waiver

From the Daily Labor Report (BNA): “Under directions from the California Supreme Court, the California Court of Appeal Feb. 26 held that class action and arbitration waivers in an agreement between a trash removal company and an employee are enforceable as to the worker’s individual wage and hour claims under state law (Franco v. Arakelian … Continue reading No Surprise — Iskanian Court Enforces Class Action Waiver
    


Missouri DR Center Announces Winners of Student Writing Competition Regarding Events in Ferguson, Missouri

The Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution at the University of Missouri School of Law announced the winners of a law student writing competition held in conjunction with the Missouri Law Review symposium entitled “Policing, Protesting, and Perceptions: A Critical Examination of the Events in Ferguson.” Professor S.I. Strong organized the competition, which asked … Continue reading Missouri DR Center Announces Winners of Student Writing Competition Regarding Events in Ferguson, Missouri
    

Minimizing Unnecessary Violence in Litigation and Other Dispute Resolution Processes

Jen wrote a comment about my post that built on Prof. Vincent Cardi’s new article, “Litigation as Violence,” describing some effects of “violence” even from non-physical acts. She wrote: We in ADR should not undervalue, when analyzing the dispute resolution landscape, the regulatory function of litigation in the United States. A business executive may feel … Continue reading Minimizing Unnecessary Violence in Litigation and Other Dispute Resolution Processes
    


Alfini on Judge Richard Enslen

FOI Jim Alfini (South Texas) sends this follow up to his announcement of Judge Enslen’s death on the list serv last week. This past week, we lost a pioneer in the modern ADR movement. Judge Richard Enslen passed away at the age of 83. As Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the … Continue reading Alfini on Judge Richard Enslen
    

The Conflict Paradox

I am happy to post this letter from Bernie Mayer announcing his new book.  Having read and reviewed the book, I can only repeat what I said before: I LOVE it! Dear Friends and Colleagues:   I am pleased to announce that my new book, The Conflict Paradox: Seven Dilemmas at the Core of Disputes, is … Continue reading The Conflict Paradox
    



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