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KluwerArbitrationBlog

21 May 2015
by Jack Wright Nelson

Waiving the Right to Arbitrate in the United States: Should the Prejudice Requirement be Discarded?

Chinese University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Law Chinese University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Law , for YSIAC YSIAC Chinese University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Law, for YSIAC The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals recently ordered a fund management committee (‘SBC’) to arbitrate its dispute with Navistar International (‘Navistar’) – at Navistar’s request – despite the fact that …
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KluwerMediationBlog

19 May 2015
by Deborah Masucci

The 2016 Global Pound Conference Series!

International Mediation Institute International Mediation Institute International Mediation Institute In April 1976, an event now known as the Pound Conference ignited modern ADR in the USA, launching discussion of what may have become the “greatest reform in the history of the country’s judicial system”.1 Forty years …

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