Moritz’s Divided Community Project released its new report, Divided Communities and Social Media: Strategies for Community Leaders, at the 2017 Government and Social Media Conference earlier this week. [Full disclosure: I am now part of the Project’s steering committee]. A short article about the Project’s presentation at the Government and Social Media Conference is available … Continue reading Divided Community Project Releases Social Media Report
Congratulations to this year’s CPR academic award winners. CPR’s press release is available here. Outstanding Professional Articles Winner: Hal Abramson, Nelson Mandela as Negotiator: What Can We Learn from Him? 31 Ohio St. J. on Dispute Resolution 1 (2016). Article Link via HeinOnline. Honorable Mention: Douglas N. Frankel & James H. Stark, Improving Lawyer’s Judgment: … Continue reading CPR Announces Academic Award Winners
Fordham Law School Professor and Fordham ADR & Conflict Resolution Program Director Jacqueline Nolan-Haley will deliver the 2017 Schwartz Lecture on Dispute Resolution at noon on March 9, 2017, at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. Over the last four decades, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes have been promoted as efficient tools to … Continue reading Fordham’s Jaqueline Nolan-Haley will present OSU Moritz College of Law’s 2017 Schwartz Lecture on Dispute Resolution
I am very proud of our co-blogger, Andrea Schneider, just selected to receive the 2017 ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Award for Outstanding Scholarly Work. The announcement is here: http://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/administrative/dispute_resolution/spr2017/osw_award2017.authcheckdam.pdf Andrea is truly an outstanding scholar as well as a colleague and friend to many. Congratulations, Andrea!
Hot off the presses: The U.S. Supreme Court today agreed to consider whether the National Labor Relations Board is correct in its interpretation that arbitration agreements are illegal under federal labor law if they contain class action waivers, setting the stage for an issue that has divided various circuit courts. This is a topic of … Continue reading NLRB Class Action Waiver Case to be Heard by the Supreme Court
From the Notice and Comment blog: “In A Report to the President-Elect of the United States 2016, the ABA’s Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice calls attention to the opportunity to enhance to the efficiency of, and satisfaction with, the outcomes of agency adjudications by expanding the government’s commitment to using ADR techniques.” For … Continue reading ABA Administrative Law Section Encourages Trump Administration to Utilize ADR
On November 4, 2016, The Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution hosts “Philosophy, Technology, and ADR: Examining Development in Dispute Resolution Systems”, (register here; details here) a Symposium in honor of our late Dean Chris Fairman. The symposium line-up is cutting-edge and reflective: • Moritz negotiation Professor Katrina Lee will host the morning conversation with … Continue reading Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution hosts “Philosophy, Technology, and ADR: Examining Development in Dispute Resolution Systems” on November 4th at Moritz
Marya Cody Kolman–former Association for Conflict Resolution President, Director of Mediation Services for the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas Division of Domestic Relations and Juvenile Branch, and adjunct professor in negotiations at Moritz College of Law—will deliver Moritz’s Annual Lawrence Lecture at noon in Moritz’s Saxbe Auditorium. If you are in Columbus, register here: … Continue reading Mediator Marya Cody Kolman to give Lawrence Lecture at Moritz on September 21