Suzanne Nusbaum

Suzanne Nusbaum
Suzanne K. Nusbaum brings 25 years of dispute resolution experience to her fulltime neutral ADR practice. A Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and a former judge, she has specialized expertise in resolving employment, entertainment, health care, and intellectual property disputes. She also serves on various ADR panels and volunteers internationally to teach students basic dispute resolution skills.

Lessons from the HP v. Oracle Trial

I had the opportunity this week to watch some of the Hewlett Packard v. Oracle Corporation trial in the California Superior Court, Santa Clara County, Case no. 1-11-CV-203163. The case results from a failed settlement in Hewlett-Packard Company v. Hurd, SCCSCT Case...

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Law Updates on Arbitration Topics

The federal courts frequently make decisions on arbitration. Outlined below, are a few relevant decisions from the first few months of 2012 discussing various aspects of arbitration: Arbitral forum unavailable KHAN v. DELL, INC., No. 10-3655 (3rd Cir. 2012) (1/20/12)...

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Law Updates on Arbitrability

The federal courts frequently make decisions on arbitration, particularly issues relating to arbitrability. Outlined below, are a few relevant decisions from the first few months of 2012 discussing various aspects of arbitrability: COMPUCREDIT CORP. v. GREENWOOD, 132...

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Law Updates on Arbitration Enforcement

The federal courts frequently make decisions on arbitration, particularly issues relating to enforcement of arbitration awards. Outlined below, are a few relevant decisions from the first few months of 2012 discussing various aspects of enforcement: Enforcement...

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Using Technology to Overcome Impasse

This paper will address the use of online technology to overcome impasse in dispute resolution. Since all dispute resolution is an exercise in communication, we will examine how internet technology either aids or impedes efforts to exchange information and reach...

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