At head of title: American Arbitration Association.
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Part I: Issues in arbitration practice and procedure 1. Where should you litigate your business dispute? In an arbitration? Or through the courts? / John H. Henn 2. Keeping arbitration easy, efficient, economical, and user friendly / Louis L.C. Chang 3. Creating economical and efficient arbitration process is everyone's business / Kent B. Scott and Adam T. Mow - 4. What parties might be giving up and gaining when deciding not to litigate: a comparison of litigation, arbitration and mediation / Donald L. Carper and John B. LaRocco 5. Major arbitration issues recently addressed by courts / Scott D. Marrs and Sean P. Milligan Pt. 2. : Key ingredients for a better arbitration 6. You control the process v. the process controls you / John Arrastia, Jr. 7. Telling the story: integrating witnesses, experts, and documents into a cohesive narrative in arbitration / Even Slavitt 8. Developing a case theory and case theme / Jay E. Grenig and Rocco M. Scanza 9. Top 20 mistakes attorneys make in arbitration and how to avoid them / Judith B. Ittig and Harold Colman, Jr. 10. A preliminary hearing is not enough: tips for a well-managed arbitration / Michael Chambers 11. Thirty steps to a better arbitrartion / Judith B. Ittig and Michael J. Bayard Pt. III: Arbitrator selection and coduct 12. Due diligence in arbitor selection: using internviews and writtn "Voir Dire" / Jeffrey P. Aiken 13. Selecting the ideal arbitrator / Charles J. Moxley, Jr. 14. An arbitrator's wish list / Stanley Weinstein 15. Why not provide for neutral party-appointed arbitrators? / Robert D. Taichert 16. The stoic arbitrator v. the activist arbitrator-a solution / Jeffrey Aiken 17. Chairing an arbitration / Judith B. Ittig and Michael J. Bayard 18. Muscular arbitration and arbitrators self-management can make arbitration faster and more economical / Mitchell Marinello and Robert Matlin 19. Calling all arbitrators : reclaim control of the arbitration process the courts let you / David E. Robbins 20. Attorney arbitrators should research law: permission of the parties to do so is not required / M. Ross Shulmister Pt. IV: Arbitration Procedure 21. The enforcability of class action waivers in arbitration clauses / Thomas W. H. Barlow 22. An update on multijurisdictional practice and ADR / Bruce E. Meyerson 23. The use of dispositive motions in arbitration / Alfred G. Ferris and W. Lee Biddle 24. Improving arbitration through technology / Thomas D. Halket Pt. V: Discovery and evidence in arbitration 25. Organizing documents for arbitration / Leslie Trager 26. E-discovery issues: what parties and their cousel need to know in anticipation of and during arbitration / Steve C. Bennett 27. Electronic discovery in arbitration : privilege issues and spoliation of evidence / Irene C. Warshauer 28. Waiver of privilege under federal evidence rule 502 and arbitration proceedings / Irene C. Warshauer 29. The use of subpoenas in arbitration / Leslie Trager 30. Enforcing arbitral subpoenas: reconsidering federal question jurisdiction under FAA section 7 / Charles E. Harris II 31. Using experts in arbitration / George Ruttinger and Joe Meadows 32. Resenting witness testimony in U. S. domestic arbitration : should written witness statements become the norm? / Raymond G. Bender 33. Discovery in commercial arbitration 34. The development of remedical power: arbitrators' ability to award monetary sanctions / Philip D. O'Neil, Jr. Pt. VI: Ethics in arbitration practices 35. 2004 Code of Ethics for Commercial Arbitrators explained / Bruce Meyerson and John M. Townsend 36. Must arbitrators investigate in connection with their disclosures? some courts open the door to evident partially attacks / Benthany L. Appleby 37. Delaying tactics in arbitration / Alain Frécon 38. Who is responsible for ethical behavior by counsel in arbitration / Steven C. Bennett 39. An arbitrator's authority to award attorney fees for bad-faith arbitration / John W. Hinchey and Thomas V. Burch 40. The punitive damages remedy : lessons for drafters of arbitration agreements / Michael D. Nolan and Andrew M. Leblanc 41. No pay no play : how to solve the non-paying party problem in arbitration / Richard J. DeWitt and Richard J. DeWitt, III 42. Prevailing parties and attorneys' fee / Stephen P. Gilbert 43. Enforceability of religious arbitration agreements and awards / Steven C. Bennett 44. Supreme Court Addresses Volt's Choice-of-Law Trap: is the end of the problem in sight? / Archis A. Parasharami and Kevin Ranlett Index.
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