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By Janice L. Sperow, a look at 2023 trends in the health care field and their relationship to conflict resolution processes.

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By Cenadra Gopala-Foster On Oct. 3, the CPR National Task Force on Diversity in ADR hosted Association of Corporate Counsel Vice President and...

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CPR’s founder, James F. Henry, has passed away. He leaves behind a legacy trailblazing the use of methods other than litigation to resolve...

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The International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution has announced amendments to its Employment-Related Mass Claims Protocol–the...

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By Shourya Arora Courts don’t often reverse arbitral awards, but France v. Bernstein, No. 20-3425 (3d Cir. Aug. 9, 2022) (available at...

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By Ellen Waldman What kind of legal professionals labor long and hard over their intellectual property . . . and then give it away? Law professors...

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By Xin Judy Wang The June 22 CPR Council meeting featured a presentation on Abraham Lincoln and dispute resolution by the International Institute...

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By Mnotho Ngcobo If you were to ask a layman what mediation is, the answer would probably be something along the lines of, “a private dispute...

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By Mylene Chan A Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation seminar taught late last year by William Ury picked up on his legendary negotiation...

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June 16 Scotus Arbitration Cases Wrap-Up The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday wrapped up its arbitration docket with a decision in Viking River...

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By Arjan Bir Singh Sodhi & Russ Bleemer The U.S. Supreme Court ruled this morning that employers may require their workers to arbitrate...

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By Xin Judy Wang A three-judge Eleventh U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel has made the unusual move of urging the full circuit to convene en...

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