ADR and the Law - 22nd Edition

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Juris Publishing, Inc., 2008 - Law - 386 pages
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ADR & the Law is the flagship publication of the American Arbitration Association (AAA). It is a one-stop reference for attorneys, business executives, scholars and anyone who needs to track worldwide developments in alternative dispute resolution. Each consecutive volume presents a review of the year's most influential domestic and international ADR case law and legislation, along with expert commentary. The book includes significant court decisions, analysis of current trends, highlights of important domestic and foreign legislation and new ADR rules and procedures. Each volume is an essential addition to a professional library.

Each Volume Contains:

Significant Decisions by Federal and State Courts Articles on Such Topics as:
Employment
Labor
Mediation
Judicial Review

Domestic Alternative Dispute Resolution Legislation

Significant Decisions by U.S. Courts Concerning International Alternative Dispute Resolution

International Alternative Dispute Resolution Developments

International Arbitration in Specific Countries

 

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Contents

Labor
71
3
83
Social and Historical Currents in ADR
111
Iowa
122
Domestic Alternative Dispute Resolution Legislation
157
Kentucky
159
North Carolina
165
Uniform Arbitration Act
168
17
188
25
202
Mass Claims
225
37
229
38
240
39
342
New International Alternative Dispute Resolution
353
A Brief Overview
363

6
173
15
182
International Arbitration in Specific Countries
185

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The American Arbitration Association, The American Arbitration Association (AAA), with its long history and experience in the field of alternative dispute resolution, provides services to individuals and organizations who wish to resolve conflicts out of court. The AAA, with a caseload of over 200,000 disputes administered, is the nation's largest full-service ADR provider.

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