JAMS Dispute Resolution Alert - Winter 2011


In This Issue:

In Depth -- Delaware Business Court Arbitration Program Provides Fast Resolution Path for Fortune 500 Company Disputes; ADR Conversations -- A Q&A about new UNCITRAL Online Dispute Resolution Rules; ADR News & Case Updates -- technology update JAMS Launches Its New ADR Blog; Good Works -- Peacemaker Program Develops Computer-Based Conflict Resolution Training for Schools; International Focus -- Italian Mediation Law Chipping Away at Huge Backlog of Court Cases; Worth Reading -- Telling Lies, Clues to Deceit in the Marketplace, Politics and Marriage.

Excerpt from Delaware Business Court Arbitration Program Provides Fast Resolution Path for Fortune 500 Company Disputes

The Delaware Chancery Court’s arbitration program draws more use as companies opt into the business dispute program to limit the costs and time associated with resolving complex, high-dollar corporate disputes.

However, along with increasing use comes greater scrutiny, as evidenced by a recently filed lawsuit challenging the arbitration program’s constitutionality on First Amendment grounds.

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