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Principles of alternative dispute resolution

Alternative dispute resolution
Ware, Stephen J., 1965- author

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Notes

  • Includes bibliographical references and index.

Contents

  • Chapter 1: Introduction -- Chapter 2: Arbitration And Similar Processes -- A: What is arbitration -- B: Sources of contemporary American arbitration law -- C: FAA preemption of state law -- 1: The evolution of case law on FAA preemption -- 2: Preemption of state law impeding contract enforcement -- 3: Choice-of-law clauses -- 4: Insurance arbitration -- D: Formation of enforceable arbitration agreements -- 1: Separability -- 2: Formation -- 3: Contract law defenses to enforcement -- 4: Non-contract law defenses to enforcement: federal statutory claims and public policy -- E: Terms of arbitration agreements -- 1: Contractual arbitrability (scope of arbitration agreement) -- 2: Multi-party agreements and disputes -- 3: Arbitration procedure -- F: Enforcement and vacatur of arbitration awards -- 1: Enforcement of arbitration awards -- 2: Vacatur of arbitration awards -- G: Employment arbitration and labor arbitration -- H. International arbitration -- 1: Overview -- 2: Formation of enforceable international commercial arbitration agreements -- 3: Terms of international commercial arbitration agreements -- 4: Enforcement and vacatur of international commercial arbitration awards --5: International public law arbitration -- I. Processes similar to arbitration -- Chapter 3: Negotiation -- A: Negotiation contexts -- B: The settlement/litigation choice -- C: Negotiation theory -- D: Approaches to negotiation -- 1: The adversarial/competitive approach -- 2: The cooperative approach and the prisoner's dilemma -- 3: The problem-solving approach -- 4: Gender, culture, race, and ethnicity -- E: Preparing for negotiation -- F: Law governing settlement -- G: The settlement/litigation choice: broader perspectives -- Chapter 4: Mediation And Other Processes In Aid Of Negotiation -- A: Overview -- B: Goals of dispute mediation -- C: The mediation process -- D: Mediation contexts -- E: Representing clients in mediation -- F: Law governing mediation -- G: Other processes in aid of negotiation -- Appendix A: Federal Arbitration Act -- Appendix B: New York Convention -- Appendix C. Excerpts from Labor Management Relations Act -- Table of cases -- Index
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