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Dispute Resolution Examples and Explanations

ISBN-10: 0735599564
ISBN-13: 9780735599567
Edition: 2nd 2011 (Student Manual, Study Guide, etc.)
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Description: Examples & Explanations: Dispute Resolution is the perfectcomplement to any course on ADR, Negotiation, Mediation, or Arbitration,because it balances theory with practice exercises — the way disputeresolution is taught in most classes. Using the  More...

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Book details

List price: $49.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 3/13/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 608
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.606
Language: English

Examples & Explanations: Dispute Resolution is the perfectcomplement to any course on ADR, Negotiation, Mediation, or Arbitration,because it balances theory with practice exercises — the way disputeresolution is taught in most classes. Using the proven-effective Examples &Explanations pedagogy, straightforward text explains legal doctrines andanalytic frameworks; examples and explanations give students practice applyingthose concepts in every chapter.From the highly respected Examples & Explanations series,Examples & Explanations: Dispute Resolution features :clear and timely introductions to legal theory and analytic frameworks,including:the Federal Arbitration Act, federal preemption, challenges toarbitration, and evolving federal lawconfidentiality, the Uniform Mediation Act, and state confidentialitylawsexplanations of each of the three primary ADR processes and the keyconcepts typically taught in an ADR classexamples and explanations pedagogy that gives students practiceapplying the concepts covered in each chaptera logical organization that traces the coverage in most survey courseson Dispute Resolutionliberal use of visual aids, such as diagrams, charts, and conceptualillustrationsreferences to the principle cases used in most leading casebooks,including recent Supreme Court opinionsdistinguished authorship : Moffitt is co-editor of the award-winningHandbook of Dispute Resolution and has authored more than a dozen articles ondispute resolution; Schneider is a co-author of Dispute Resolution: Beyond theAdversarial Model, with Menkel-Meadow et al., and co-author of two other bookson negotiation with Roger FisherThe Examples & Explanations pedagogy is perfectly tailored for theway most dispute resolution courses are taught. Examine your desk copy todetermine whether your students wouldn't benefit from working through thesecarefully-crafted questions and hypotheticals on their own or as part of aclassroom exercise.

An Introduction to Negotiation
The Law of Negotiation
An Introduction to Mediation
Confidentiality in Mediation
An Introduction to Arbitration: The Role of Courts in Enforcement
Is This Agreement to Arbitrate Enforceable?
Must This Dispute Go to Arbitration?
Federal Preemption and the Law(s) of Arbitration
Dispute Resolution Within the Court System
Attorneys, Clients, and Dispute Resolution
Analyzing Settlement Decisions

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