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CPR presented the organization’s third annual “Award for Outstanding Contribution to Diversity in Alternative Dispute Resolution“ to Elpidio (“PD”) Villarreal on January 11, 2012.

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The CPR Institute’s Awards Program recognizes exceptional practical achievement and scholarship in the field of alternative dispute resolution. Award criteria focused on processes, techniques, systems, commitment, and scholarship which address the resolution, prevention, or creative management of major disputes involving public or business institutions between corporations, governments, or other parties.

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New York’s top court refused to overturn an arbitration award in an opinion this morning, and in the process, specified its approach in a key pr...

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This article discusses the desirability of arbitrators’ to preserve the flexibility that characterizes international arbitration, but a minimum set of widely accepted guidelines is equally desirable, in order to preserve the predictability and attractiveness of arbitration.

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This article, a CPR Writing Contest Winner, is about enforcing arbitration awards is using Saipem S.p.A. v. The People’s Republic of Bangladesh  (“Saipem v. Bangladesh”) as an example of the creation of a new tier of protection when foreign investors are affected by the actions of a host country’s judiciary system.

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“As so very often, the key lies in a proper balance: est modus in rebus. To ensure that international arbitration continues to be an effective method of resolving commercial disputes, all players must share responsibility in maintaining that balance.” 1
Anne Marie Whitesell

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For purposes of this article, dispositive motions are motions that resemble the type of motions filed in US civil litigation and that a court would consider dispositive of a case, such as motions to dismiss for failure to state a claim, motions for summary judgment, motions or judgment on the pleadings, and motions for a directed verdict.

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