Dispute Resolution: Negotiation, Mediation, and Other Processes
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Written by a distinguished and experienced author team, <b>Dispute Resolution</b> remains a direct and accessible source for your classroom. Now in its Fifth Edition, it continues to provide students with the essentials and more, including overviews, critical examinations, and analyses of the application of ADR¿s three main processes for settling legal disputes without litigation¿negotiation, mediation, and arbitration¿as well as the more important hybrid approaches.<p class=copymedium> <b>This edition retains the great features that have always made it a dependable source for students: </b> <li class=copymedium>provides thorough, systematic coverage, moving from overviews to critical analysis to application to evaluation and practice <li class=copymedium>includes a wealth of simulations (both classic and new) and questions throughout. Simulations allow students to evaluate, prepare for, and practice the various dispute resolution techniques <li class=copymedium>offers strong coverage of mediation, a growing area of ADR study <li class=copymedium>provides an ADR Research Guide in the Appendix <li class=copymedium>The Fifth Edition has been thoroughly updated to provide students with all the latest information, including:</b> <li class=copymedium>a new Chapter 11 on importing and exporting mediation and dispute resolution from other countries <li class=copymedium>important new Supreme Court and federal circuit court cases in arbitration, including the two newest Supreme Court cases in this area: Bazzle v. Green Tree Financial Corp. and Buckeye Check Cashing v. Cardegna <li class=copymedium>excerpts from and references to recent books and articles <li class=copymedium>new material on pressing issues in mediation, including whether lawyers engage in the unauthorized practice of law when representing clients outside the jurisdiction where they are licensed and whether mediators should be certified</ul>