Jams Dispute Resolution Alert -- Summer 2012


In This Issue:

In Depth - Arbitration Allows Ad Hoc Panel to Sprint to Decisions in Olympic Disputes; ADR Conversations - Colin Rule Discusses the Intersection between ADR and Online Dispute Resolution (ODR); ADR News & Case Updates; Domestic Focus - NLRB Ruling Throws Validity of Class Action Waivers into Doubt; Good Works - ADR Professionals From Around the World Arrive in America; International Focus - New York Convention Launches Case Law Website; Worth Reading - Who Gets What, by Kenneth Feinberg.

- Excerpt from Arbitration Allows Ad Hoc Panel to Sprint to Decisions in Olympic Disputes:

The Olympics have relied on arbitration as the sole method to resolve disputes that arise during the competition by using a special panel of international arbitrators to hear and rule on athletes’ cases.

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