Disputing Blog by Karl Bayer, Victoria VanBuren, and Holly Hayes
During 2011, Disputing was honored to receive significant contributions from law professors and respected practitioners. Some of our blog contributors wrote guest-posts, others submitted comments via e-mail, and yet others alerted us of important developments in the ADR area. Thanks to our blog contributors for improving Disputing‘s legal scholarship! Special thanks to professor S.I. Strong for writing a whopping number of blog posts!
Here are our 2011 guest- bloggers along with their contributions for this year, in chronological order.
Don Philbin is an AV-rated attorney-mediator, negotiation consultant, trainer, and arbitrator. He has resolved disputes and crafted deals for more than two decades as a business and commercial litigator, general counsel, and president of a technology corporation.
GUEST-POST | 2010 U.S. Supreme Court and Fifth Circuit Activity Reports
Michael McIlwrath is Senior Counsel, Litigation, for the GE Oil & Gas Division in Florence, Italy. His experience in international arbitration includes representing the company in disputes under the rules of various international and regional arbitration institutions and under ad hoc procedures around the world, and in coordinating the activities of outside counsel in domestic court and arbitral proceedings.
GUEST-POST | Italy’s Lawyers Call for National Strike Against Mediation Law
GUEST-POST | From Rome to Delhi: Indian Lawyers Take Their Turn at Defending Slow Justice
James M. Gaitis is the former Director of the International Dispute Management Programme at the Centre for Energy, Petroleum & Mineral Law & Policy, University of Dundee, Scotland, where he remains a member of the Global Faculty. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the second edition of The College of Commercial Arbitrators Guide to Best Practices in Commercial Arbitration and the author of numerous law review articles on the topic of arbitration, several of which have been repeatedly cited to the United States Supreme Court and lower state and federal appellate courts.
GUEST-POST PART I | AT&T Mobility, LLC v. Concepcion and the Bright Side of the Force
GUEST-POST PART II | AT&T Mobility, LLC v. Concepcion and the Bright Side of the Force
S.I. Strong is currently Associate Professor of Law at the University of Missouri and Senior Fellow at the award-winning Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution, having previously taught law at the University of Cambridge and the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. Prior to joining the faculty at Missouri, Dr Strong was Counsel specializing in international dispute resolution at Baker & McKenzie LLP and a dual-qualified practitioner (U.S.-England) in the New York and London offices of Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP.
GUEST-POST PART I | States’ Rights, Big Business and the Nature of Arbitration: AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion
GUEST-POST PART II | States’ Rights, Big Business and the Nature of Arbitration: AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion
GUEST-POST PART III | States’ Rights, Big Business and the Nature of Arbitration: AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion
GUEST-POST PART I: ICSID Accepts First-Ever Class-Type Arbitration
GUEST-POST PART II: ICSID Accepts First-Ever Class-Type Arbitration
GUEST-POST PART III: ICSID Accepts First-Ever Class-Type Arbitration
GUEST-POST PART I | No Mass Arbitration in ICSID Cases – The Abaclat Dissent
GUEST-POST PART II | No Mass Arbitration in ICSID Cases – The Abaclat Dissent
John Lande is Director of the LLM Program in Dispute Resolution and Isidor Loeb Professor at the University of Missouri School of Law. He teaches courses on lawyering practice, non-binding methods of dispute resolution, and dispute system design. Professor Lande began mediating professionally in 1982 in California. He received his J.D. from Hastings College of Law and Ph.D in sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He was a fellow in residence at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School.
GUEST-POST PART I | Lawyering with Planned Early Negotiation
GUEST-POST PART II | Lawyering with Planned Early Negotiation
Glen M. Wilkerson is Of Counsel at Davis & Wilkerson, P.C. where he focuses on the areas of Personal Injury Law, Insurance Law & Litigation, Construction Law & Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Civil Litigation, and Professional Liability.
GUEST-POST | Texas Court of Appeals Vacates $22 Million Dollar Arbitration Award Due to Failure to Disclose Social Contacts by Arbitrator
Alan Scott Rau is the Burg Family Professor of Law at The University of Texas at Austin School of Law. He received his BA and LLB from Harvard University. Professor Rau teaches and writes in the areas of Contracts and Alternative Dispute Resolution (particularly Arbitration). He serves on the Commercial and International Panels of the American Arbitration Association, and has been a visiting faculty member at the University of Toronto, China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing, Willamette University College of Law, the University of Geneva; and the Universities of Paris-I and Paris-II.
GUEST-POST | Professor Alan Scott Rau Comments on Flattery Ltd. v. Titan Maritime LLC
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