Below, view a clip of Alternatives Editor, Russ Bleemer, talking to Prof. John Lande, Isidor Loeb Professor Emeritus at the University of Missouri School of Law, about his recent article, "The Importance of Quantifying Intangible Litigation Costs," co-authored with Michaela Keet and Heather Heavin (38 Alternatives 17 (February 2020), available at https://doi.org/10.1002/alt.21826). All three authors were also panelists at CPR's 2020 Annual Meeting, discussing "Risky Business: A Toolbox for Managing Litigation Interest and Risks."
Alternatives is an international newsletter covering cutting-edge dispute resolution trends. It is an authoritative guide for using ADR at companies, within law firms and in the courts. Each month, Alternatives focuses on new ADR developments, techniques and court practices. (Requests for reprints should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org)
In Our Latest Issue, April 2020, Now Available:
“Exploring and Using Business Solutions In Mediation Settlement Agreements”
by Roderick M. Thompson
"Schein's Remand Decision Goes Back To the Supreme Court. What's Next?"
by Philip J. Loree Jr.
The Master Mediator
“Who Cares? Me and You, But Never ‘I’”
by Robert A. Creo
“Tribunals, Providers, and Courts Must Help Protect Reasoned Awards”
by John Burritt McArthur
In addition, CPR is pleased to announce a new web app that will offer members enhanced online and mobile access to Alternatives, through Wiley Online Library. Through this app, members will be able to access all current and historical Alternatives articles in several formats, optimized for their mobile devices, including fully annotated articles with live links and references. Members can access Alternatives in full text, including a fully searchable and indexed archive that goes back to our first issue in 1983.