Metrics on Arbitration Efficiency

The current issue of New York Dispute Resolution Lawyer — really a very good publication of the New York State Bar Association’s Dispute Resolution Section — includes a brief article by Roy Weinstein of the economic research and consulting firm Micronomics.  

Using the Holidays to Gain Perspective in Future Conflicts

In every conflict, and during every mediation, each disputant has an option of dwelling upon the misery of the past, or focusing upon the good that has come from ending the conflict and looking towards better days ahead.  For me, Thanksgiving is a great opportunity to remind ourselves that gratitude is an attitude.

Lawyers’ Ethical Responsibility In Negotiating Confidential Settlements On Behalf Of Serial Lawbreakers

Confidential settlements have stirred controversy when they have been used to hide serious public health and safety violations, though people generally think that confidential settlements are appropriate.  Indeed, people often tout confidentiality as one of the benefits of ADR.

Louis C.K.’S Apology

Since the recent publications about Harvey Weinstein’s alleged serial sexual misconduct, there has been a wave of stories about others who have allegedly committed sexual misconduct.  The comedian Louis C.K. is one of the men who has been accused.  He publicly acknowledged that the accusations were true and apologized.

Live Stream Links: Melnick Symposium- Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution

The Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution is very excited to announce that the 2017 Jed D. Melnick Symposium, Persistent Human Divides: Creative Initiatives for Communication, Collaboration, and Cohesion, will be available to live stream on November 13, 2017!

Missouri Symposium On Managing Disputes About Speech On Campus

There has been a lot of attention to – and criticism of – willingness of people in colleges and universities to suppress speech.  Some of this criticism is particularly directed at liberals.  However, these problems are widespread through our society. 

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