From the blog of the New York State Bar Association’s Dispute Resolution Section:

In August 2015, Resolution Roundtable, the blog site for the Dispute Resolution Section of NYSBA, began posting weekly questions to seek feedback and insights on various alternative dispute resolution (ADR) topics. Traffic to the blog site thereafter greatly increased by ADR users, providers and panelists, with varied responses depending on the topic. Topics included arbitrator selection, disclosures , depositions, ethics, ADR legislation and third-party funding.

Due to the popularity of the site and to promote academic discourse, the Dispute Resolution Section decided to publish the below compilation of all questions and responses, with attribution, from August 3, 2015 to February 21, 2017.

Jeff Zaino, a VP of the AAA, has been posting topics for comment on the blog regularly and reliably for the past 18 months, and circulating the request for comments to AAA neutrals, among others.  The compilation, available here, offers a wide range of views and insights into contemporary commercial arbitration.

Jill Gross is a Professor of Law and the Director of the Investor Rights Clinic at Pace Law. She teaches the Investor Rights Clinic and Seminar, Mediation and Arbitration, Professional Responsibility, and Securities Litigation and Enforcement. She has published numerous law review articles in the area of dispute resolution and investor justice, and has been quoted in the national media on issues relating to securities arbitration. She is also a contributor to ADR Prof Blog.