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New York, NY, December 15, 2011 – The International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution (CPR Institute), a nonprofit alliance of ...

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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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A Texas state appellate court vacated a $22 million arbitration award against six appellants--including law firms in San Antonio and Plano, Texas, as well as individual attorney defendants--after finding that the arbitrator and the appellee’s counsel were more than just mere acquaintances.

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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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Melanie Lewis outlined many of the considerations pertinent to implementing an employment dispute management program, in  CPR's 2004 Resource Book for Managing Employment Disputes.

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This article explores some of the roadblocks that firms unwittingly embrace that can hamper the advancement of their female litigators.

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