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|A Tribute to Dean Timothy J. Heinsz||Robert G. Bailey||1|
|Discord “Behind the Table”: The Internal Conflict Among Israeli Jews
Concerning the Future of Settlements in the West Bank and Gaza
|Robert H. Mnookin
|The Influence of Procedural and Distributive Variables on Settlement Rates
in Employment Discrimination Mediation
|Dr. E. Patrick McDermott
Dr. Danny Ervin
|California’s “Unique” Approach to Arbitration:
Why This Road Less Traveled Will Make All the Difference
on the Issue of Preemption Under the Federal Arbitration Act
|Michael G. McGuinness
Adam J. Karr
|If You Lose, It Is Binding, but If You Win--
They Get a New Trial: Illinois Uninsured Motorist Arbitration
|Michael J. Hanagan||93|
|Where Can Unconscionability Take Arbitration?
Why the Fifth Circuit’s Conscience Was Only Partially Shocked
|Mary Jane Groff||
|When “Contracting Around” the Law Will Not Work:
The Potential Inability to Expressly Prohibit Punitive Damages in Arbitration
|Horizontal Uniformity and Vertical Chaos:
State Choice of Law Clauses and Preemption
Under the Federal Arbitration Act
|Resolving a Split: May Courts Order Consolidation of Arbitration Proceedings
Absent Express Agreement by the Parties?
|Jonathan R. Waldron||177|
|No Notice is Good News: Notice Under the New Ombuds Standards
for the Establishment and Operation of Ombuds Offices
|Katherine A. Welch||193|
|Confidentiality in Mediation: Is It Encouraging
Good Mediation or Bad Conduct?