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Author Nolan-Haley, Jacqueline M., 1949-, author
Title Alternative dispute resolution in a nutshell / by Jacqueline M. Nolan-Haley, Professor of Law, Director of ADR & Conflict Resolution Program, Fordham University, School of Law
Imprint St. Paul, MN : West, [2013]
Edition Fourth edition


LOCATION CALL # STATUS
 Law Reserve  KF9084.Z9 N65 2013    CHECK SHELVES

Descript xxi, 526 pages ; 19 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Edition Fourth edition
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (pages 15-16) and index
Contents Introduction -- Negotiation -- Mediation -- Arbitration -- Dispute resolution in the court -- Hybrid dispute resolution procedures
ISBN 0314285326
9780314285324
Table of Contents
 Prefacev
 Acknowledgmentsvii
 Table of Casesxix
ch. 1 Introduction1
I.Overview1
II.Why Study ADR?3
III.Background of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Movement5
ch. 2 Negotiation17
I.Introduction17
II.Definitions and Concepts19
A.Dispute and Deal-Making Negotiation19
B.Distributive and Integrative Bargaining21
III.Approaches to Negotiation25
A.In General25
1.Adversarial Approach26
2.Problem-Solving Approach28
B.Negotiation Approaches in Practice32
IV.Stages of the Negotiation Process33
A.Planning and Analysis35
B.Exchanging Information39
C.Concessions and Compromise43
D.Reaching Agreement44
E.Barriers to Settlement44
1.Strategic Barriers45
2.Cognitive Barriers45
3.Psychological Barriers45
4.Structural Barriers46
F.The Role of Emotions in Negotiation46
G.The Role of Culture in Negotiations48
V.Ethical Issues in Negotiation50
A.Relationship with Clients52
B.Truthfulness53
C.Misrepresentation54
D.Threats58
VI.Legal Aspects of Negotiation60
A.The Settlement Agreement60
1.Policy Favoring Settlement60
a.The Agreement61
b.Consideration61
c.Legality62
2.Validity of Settlement Agreements62
a.In General62
b.Guaranteed Verdict Agreements62
3.Court Approval of Settlement Agreements63
B.Protecting Confidentiality in Negotiation64
C.Incentives for Settlement66
1.Judicial Settlement Conferences66
2.Rule 68 FRCP67
ch. 3 Mediation75
I.Overview75
A.Definition78
B.Advantages and Disadvantages of Mediation79
1.Advantages79
2.Disadvantages81
II.The Mediation Process82
A.Specific Activities82
1.Preliminary Matters83
2.Stages of the Process85
3.Mediator's Introduction87
4.Mediator Assists Parties with Information Exchange and Bargaining89
B.Drafting the Mediation Agreement92
C.Role of the Mediator93
D.Multi-Party Mediation98
E.Mediator Skills98
1.Listening99
2.Questioning102
3.Observation104
4.Reframing104
5.Cultural Awareness105
F.Mediator Requirements105
III.Ethical Concerns107
A.In General107
B.Good Faith Requirements109
C.Maintaining the Integrity of Mediation110
D.Mandatory Mediation Programs112
E.Ethical Concerns for the Lawyer-Mediator113
1.Conflict of Interest113
a.Lawyers Serving as Third-Party Neutrals113
b.Law Firm Screening Issues115
2.Advertising116
IV.Mediation and the Law117
A.The Role of Law117
B.Informed Consent in Mediation118
C.Lawyers and Mediation119
1.Pre-Mediation Client Counseling119
2.Representing Clients in Mediation121
3.Lawyer as Mediator124
D.Legal Issues124
1.Confidentiality124
a.Evidentiary Exclusionary Rules126
b.Privilege127
c.Contract130
d.Protective Orders136
e.Court Mediation Program Rules136
2.Enforceability137
a.Agreements to Mediate Future Disputes137
b.Agreements Reached in Mediation138
3.Liability of Mediators141
a.Tort Liability Based in Negligence142
b.Liability Issues in the Caucus144
c.Contract Liability145
d.Immunity146
4.Unauthorized Practice of Law Restrictions147
V.Mediation Approaches in a Litigated Case: One Example151
A.Some Indications for Mediation154
B.Possible Mediation Approaches155
ch. 4 Arbitration161
I.Introduction161
II.Historical Perspective162
III.The Traditional Model of Arbitration167
IV.Class Action Arbitration169
V.Compulsory Arbitration172
A.Public Sector Arbitration172
B.Court-Annexed Arbitration173
C.Medical Malpractice Arbitration174
D.Employment Arbitration174
E.Consumer Arbitration175
VI.Arbitration Definitions176
A.Interest and Rights Arbitration176
B.Administered and Non-Administered Arbitration176
C.Final Offer Arbitration177
D.Tripartite Arbitration178
VII.Legal Issues178
A.Arbitrability178
1.Substantive Arbitrability179
2.Procedural Arbitrability187
3.Separability188
4.Federalism Concerns191
5.Adhesion and Unconscionability207
6.The Arbitration Fairness Act of 2011209
VIII.The Arbitration Proceeding210
A.Provisional Relief210
B.Initiating Arbitration213
C.Selection of Arbitrators213
1.Qualifications of the Arbitrator214
2.Arbitral Immunity214
3.Testimonial Immunity215
4.The Arbitration Hearing215
5.Law Applied by the Arbitrator216
6.Arbitration Ethics217
IX.The Arbitration Award220
A.Judicial Review of the Arbitration Award under the FAA221
B.Venue226
C.Punitive Damages226
D.Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel and Arbitration228
X.International Commercial Arbitration235
ch. 5 Dispute Resolution in the Court System241
I.Introduction241
II.Court-Annexed Arbitration242
III.Court-Annexed Mediation244
IV.The Summary Jury Trial245
A.Overview245
B.Governing Principles247
C.The Summary Jury Trial Process248
D.Major Advantages of the Summary Jury Trial250
E.Criticisms of the Summary Jury Trial251
F.Case Law Development252
1.Power to Compel Parties to Participate252
2.Right of Access253
3.Authority of the Court to Empanel the Advisory Jury253
V.Early Neutral Evaluation254
A.Overview254
B.How ENE Operates255
C.On the Merits256
VI.Magistrates, Special Masters, and Neutral Experts257
A.Magistrates258
B.Special Masters259
C.Neutral Experts263
VII.Restorative Justice: ADR in the Context of Criminal Law264
ch. 6 Hybrid Dispute Resolution Procedures269
I.The Mini-Trial269
A.Definition269
B.The Structure of a Mini-Trial270
C.The Settlement Discussions272
D.Appropriate Use of the Mini-Trial273
II.Fact-Finding276
III.Reference Procedures277
IV.MED-ARB278
V.Negotiated Rulemaking280
VI.Ombudsperson282
VII.Conciliation283
VIII.Online Dispute Resolution284
IX.Consensus Building286
X.Collaborative Governance286
XI.Dispute Review Boards287
 List of Appendices291
Appendix A Federal Rules of Evidence---Rule 408293
Appendix B Federal Rules of Civil Procedure---Rules 16 and 68295
Appendix C Model Standards of Practice for Family and Divorce Mediation (August 2000)303
Appendix D The Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators321
Appendix E American Arbitration Association Commercial Arbitration Rules & Mediation Procedures (2009)335
Appendix F Mandated Participation and Settlement Coercion: Dispute Resolution as It Relates to the Courts393
Appendix G Ethical Standards of Professional Responsibility for the Society of Professionals in Dispute Resolution397
Appendix H The Uniform Arbitration Act405
Appendix I Federal Arbitration Act417
Appendix J Revised Uniform Arbitration Act (2000)433
Appendix K Demand for Arbitration459
Appendix L Task Force on Alternative Dispute Resolution in Employment, Due Process Protocol463
Appendix M The Code of Ethics for Arbitrators in Commercial Disputes469
Appendix N Model Rules of Professional Conduct495
Appendix O Model Rules of Professional Conduct497
Appendix P Model Rules of Professional Conduct499
Appendix Q Uniform Mediation Act503
 Index515
Descript xxi, 526 pages ; 19 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Edition Fourth edition
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (pages 15-16) and index
Contents Introduction -- Negotiation -- Mediation -- Arbitration -- Dispute resolution in the court -- Hybrid dispute resolution procedures
ISBN 0314285326
9780314285324
Author Nolan-Haley, Jacqueline M., 1949-, author
Series Nutshell series
Subject Dispute resolution (Law) -- United States
LOCATION CALL # STATUS
 Law Reserve  KF9084.Z9 N65 2013    CHECK SHELVES
Table of Contents
 Prefacev
 Acknowledgmentsvii
 Table of Casesxix
ch. 1 Introduction1
I.Overview1
II.Why Study ADR?3
III.Background of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Movement5
ch. 2 Negotiation17
I.Introduction17
II.Definitions and Concepts19
A.Dispute and Deal-Making Negotiation19
B.Distributive and Integrative Bargaining21
III.Approaches to Negotiation25
A.In General25
1.Adversarial Approach26
2.Problem-Solving Approach28
B.Negotiation Approaches in Practice32
IV.Stages of the Negotiation Process33
A.Planning and Analysis35
B.Exchanging Information39
C.Concessions and Compromise43
D.Reaching Agreement44
E.Barriers to Settlement44
1.Strategic Barriers45
2.Cognitive Barriers45
3.Psychological Barriers45
4.Structural Barriers46
F.The Role of Emotions in Negotiation46
G.The Role of Culture in Negotiations48
V.Ethical Issues in Negotiation50
A.Relationship with Clients52
B.Truthfulness53
C.Misrepresentation54
D.Threats58
VI.Legal Aspects of Negotiation60
A.The Settlement Agreement60
1.Policy Favoring Settlement60
a.The Agreement61
b.Consideration61
c.Legality62
2.Validity of Settlement Agreements62
a.In General62
b.Guaranteed Verdict Agreements62
3.Court Approval of Settlement Agreements63
B.Protecting Confidentiality in Negotiation64
C.Incentives for Settlement66
1.Judicial Settlement Conferences66
2.Rule 68 FRCP67
ch. 3 Mediation75
I.Overview75
A.Definition78
B.Advantages and Disadvantages of Mediation79
1.Advantages79
2.Disadvantages81
II.The Mediation Process82
A.Specific Activities82
1.Preliminary Matters83
2.Stages of the Process85
3.Mediator's Introduction87
4.Mediator Assists Parties with Information Exchange and Bargaining89
B.Drafting the Mediation Agreement92
C.Role of the Mediator93
D.Multi-Party Mediation98
E.Mediator Skills98
1.Listening99
2.Questioning102
3.Observation104
4.Reframing104
5.Cultural Awareness105
F.Mediator Requirements105
III.Ethical Concerns107
A.In General107
B.Good Faith Requirements109
C.Maintaining the Integrity of Mediation110
D.Mandatory Mediation Programs112
E.Ethical Concerns for the Lawyer-Mediator113
1.Conflict of Interest113
a.Lawyers Serving as Third-Party Neutrals113
b.Law Firm Screening Issues115
2.Advertising116
IV.Mediation and the Law117
A.The Role of Law117
B.Informed Consent in Mediation118
C.Lawyers and Mediation119
1.Pre-Mediation Client Counseling119
2.Representing Clients in Mediation121
3.Lawyer as Mediator124
D.Legal Issues124
1.Confidentiality124
a.Evidentiary Exclusionary Rules126
b.Privilege127
c.Contract130
d.Protective Orders136
e.Court Mediation Program Rules136
2.Enforceability137
a.Agreements to Mediate Future Disputes137
b.Agreements Reached in Mediation138
3.Liability of Mediators141
a.Tort Liability Based in Negligence142
b.Liability Issues in the Caucus144
c.Contract Liability145
d.Immunity146
4.Unauthorized Practice of Law Restrictions147
V.Mediation Approaches in a Litigated Case: One Example151
A.Some Indications for Mediation154
B.Possible Mediation Approaches155
ch. 4 Arbitration161
I.Introduction161
II.Historical Perspective162
III.The Traditional Model of Arbitration167
IV.Class Action Arbitration169
V.Compulsory Arbitration172
A.Public Sector Arbitration172
B.Court-Annexed Arbitration173
C.Medical Malpractice Arbitration174
D.Employment Arbitration174
E.Consumer Arbitration175
VI.Arbitration Definitions176
A.Interest and Rights Arbitration176
B.Administered and Non-Administered Arbitration176
C.Final Offer Arbitration177
D.Tripartite Arbitration178
VII.Legal Issues178
A.Arbitrability178
1.Substantive Arbitrability179
2.Procedural Arbitrability187
3.Separability188
4.Federalism Concerns191
5.Adhesion and Unconscionability207
6.The Arbitration Fairness Act of 2011209
VIII.The Arbitration Proceeding210
A.Provisional Relief210
B.Initiating Arbitration213
C.Selection of Arbitrators213
1.Qualifications of the Arbitrator214
2.Arbitral Immunity214
3.Testimonial Immunity215
4.The Arbitration Hearing215
5.Law Applied by the Arbitrator216
6.Arbitration Ethics217
IX.The Arbitration Award220
A.Judicial Review of the Arbitration Award under the FAA221
B.Venue226
C.Punitive Damages226
D.Res Judicata, Collateral Estoppel and Arbitration228
X.International Commercial Arbitration235
ch. 5 Dispute Resolution in the Court System241
I.Introduction241
II.Court-Annexed Arbitration242
III.Court-Annexed Mediation244
IV.The Summary Jury Trial245
A.Overview245
B.Governing Principles247
C.The Summary Jury Trial Process248
D.Major Advantages of the Summary Jury Trial250
E.Criticisms of the Summary Jury Trial251
F.Case Law Development252
1.Power to Compel Parties to Participate252
2.Right of Access253
3.Authority of the Court to Empanel the Advisory Jury253
V.Early Neutral Evaluation254
A.Overview254
B.How ENE Operates255
C.On the Merits256
VI.Magistrates, Special Masters, and Neutral Experts257
A.Magistrates258
B.Special Masters259
C.Neutral Experts263
VII.Restorative Justice: ADR in the Context of Criminal Law264
ch. 6 Hybrid Dispute Resolution Procedures269
I.The Mini-Trial269
A.Definition269
B.The Structure of a Mini-Trial270
C.The Settlement Discussions272
D.Appropriate Use of the Mini-Trial273
II.Fact-Finding276
III.Reference Procedures277
IV.MED-ARB278
V.Negotiated Rulemaking280
VI.Ombudsperson282
VII.Conciliation283
VIII.Online Dispute Resolution284
IX.Consensus Building286
X.Collaborative Governance286
XI.Dispute Review Boards287
 List of Appendices291
Appendix A Federal Rules of Evidence---Rule 408293
Appendix B Federal Rules of Civil Procedure---Rules 16 and 68295
Appendix C Model Standards of Practice for Family and Divorce Mediation (August 2000)303
Appendix D The Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators321
Appendix E American Arbitration Association Commercial Arbitration Rules & Mediation Procedures (2009)335
Appendix F Mandated Participation and Settlement Coercion: Dispute Resolution as It Relates to the Courts393
Appendix G Ethical Standards of Professional Responsibility for the Society of Professionals in Dispute Resolution397
Appendix H The Uniform Arbitration Act405
Appendix I Federal Arbitration Act417
Appendix J Revised Uniform Arbitration Act (2000)433
Appendix K Demand for Arbitration459
Appendix L Task Force on Alternative Dispute Resolution in Employment, Due Process Protocol463
Appendix M The Code of Ethics for Arbitrators in Commercial Disputes469
Appendix N Model Rules of Professional Conduct495
Appendix O Model Rules of Professional Conduct497
Appendix P Model Rules of Professional Conduct499
Appendix Q Uniform Mediation Act503
 Index515



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