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    American Journal of Mediation

    American Journal of Mediation

    2007,  Vol.1

    2008,  Vol.2

    2009,  Vol.3

    2010,  Vol.4

    2011,  Vol.5

    2012,  Vol.6

    2013-2014, Vol.7

    2015,  Vol.8

     

     

    American Journal of Mediation, 2007,  Vol.1

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Lawrence M. Watson

    The Case for Mediated Case Management

     pp. 1-16

    Rodney A. Max, Joshua J. Campbell

    Formal Mediation in Professional Sports

     pp. 17-32

    Melvin A. Rubin

    Disaster Mediation Lessons in Conflict Coordination

     pp. 33-40

    Rachael C. Hutchings

    Defining Good Faith Participation in Mediation

     pp. 41-50

    Michelle Robinson

    Mediator Certification: Realizing Its Potentials and Coping with Its Limitations

     pp. 51-74

    Brian Levin

    Protecting the Goal of Mediation: Rule 408 & the Creation of a Mediation Privilege under Rule 501

     pp. 75-86

    Eric Laufgraben

    Protecting Mediation Communications in Federal Courts

     pp. 87-100

    Stephen Higgs

    The Potential for Mediation to Resolve Environmental and Natural Resources Disputes

     pp. 101-126

    American Journal of Mediation, 2008,  Vol.2

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    R. Wayne Thorpe

    Final Report of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Task Force on Improving Mediation Quality

     pp. 1-32

    Stephen C. Sawicki

    Mediation: The Dance and the Deal

     pp. 33-40

    Bennett C. Picker

    Navigating Relationships: The Invisible Barriers to Resolution

     pp. 41-50

    Michelle Jernigan, Richard B. Lord

    The Mediator's Role in the Family Business

     pp. 51-64

    Andrew Smith

    Night and Day

     pp. 65-72

    Melvin A. Rubin, Brian F. Spector

    Ethical Conundrums for the 21st Century Lawyer/ Mediator "Toto, I've a Feeling We're Not in Kansas Any More"

     pp. 73-90

    Jonathan Kooker

    Amish Forgiveness- A Lesson for the Rest of Us?

     pp. 91-104

    Stephanie Chi

    The Role of Mediation in Trademark Disputes

     pp. 105-114

    American Journal of Mediation, 2009,  Vol.3

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Amy L. Lieberman

    The Driving Force of Desires Reaching Resolution in Mediation

     pp. 1-10

    Lawrence M. Watson

    Securing and Enhancing Insurance Company Involvement in the Mediation of Construction Claims

     pp. 11-24

    Jack G. Marcil, Nicholas D. Thornton

    Avoiding Pitfalls: Common Reasons for Mediation Failure and Solutions for Success

     pp. 25-40

    Adam T. Rick

    Evaluation within Mediation and the Ideal of Neutrality

     pp. 41-50

    David L. Lane

    The Storm is Just Beginning When the Hurricane Finally Ends: Applicability of Mediation to Settlement of Insurance Claims in Mass Disasters

     pp. 51-64

    Michael W. Olsen

    Mediation Saves Socrates

     pp. 65-82

    Field S. Brussel

    There are 3 Sides to Every Story: Yours, Mine, and the Truth- Mediation: Unionization of Secret Agents v. Government

     pp. 83-92

    Brendan I. Herbert

    ConSiteSolutions User's Manual for the Initial Decision Maker Process

     pp. 93-120

    American Journal of Mediation, 2010,  Vol.4

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Hunter R. Hughes

    How Our Subconscious Bias Impacts Negotiations and the Mediation Process

     pp. 1-18

    Daniel Watkins

    A Nudge to Mediate: How Adjustments in Choice Architecture Can Lead to Better Dispute Resolution Decisions

     pp. 19-38

    Conrad C. Daly

    Accreditation: Mediation's Path to Professionalism

     pp. 39-54

    Joseph Lipps

    The Path toward a Federal Mediation Privilege: Approaches toward Creating Consistency for a Mediation Privilege in Federal Courts

     pp. 55-82

    Nicola A. Gelormino

    Mediation: The Process That Might Have Saved Face for Two Prominent Figures in American History and the Life of the First Secretary of the Treasury

     pp. 83-100

    American Journal of Mediation, 2011,  Vol.5

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Sarah Abigail

    The Obstacle of Therapeutic Privilege in Healthcare Mediation

     pp. 1-8

    Ezra Zonana

    Getting Healthier: A Proposal for Improving Medical Malpractice Mediation

     pp. 9-34

    Haavi Morreim

    Mediating Med- Mal without the Data Bank Reports

     pp. 35-64

    Dale C. Hetzler, Deanne R. Messina, Kimberly J. Smith

    Conflict Management in Hospital Systems: Not Just for Leadership

     pp. 65-96

    Zachary Parkins

    Electronic Discovery: Why the Appointment of Special Masters in All Electronic Discovery Disputes is Vital to the Progress of American Civil Justice

     pp. 97-110

    Floyd D. Weatherspoon, Kendall Isaac

    Resolving Race Discrimination in Employment Disputes through Mediation: A Win- Win for All Parties

     pp. 111-128

    Michelle Daly

    Mediation: Trial of Jesus Christ

     pp. 129-142

    Michael Rubenstein

    The Mediation of David and Goliath: A Detailed Account of How the Historic and Biblical Battle between David and Goliath Could Have Been if Mediated

     pp. 143-164

    American Journal of Mediation, 2012,  Vol.6

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Stuart Duhl

    THE ROLE OF THE FAMILY BUSINESS LAWYER IN MEDIATION OF FAMILY BUSINESS DISPUTES

     pp. 1- 8

    Aura Esther Vilalta, Rosa Perez Martell

    OVERVIEW OF THE NEW NORMATIVE ON MEDIATION IN SPAIN

     pp. 9- 28

    John A. Sherrill

    ETHICS FOR LAWYERS REPRESENTING CLIENTS IN MEDIATIONS

     pp. 29- 40

    Emily Fusting

    MAKING THE BRAIN A FRIEND NOT A FOE: WHAT INTERVENTIONISTS SHOULD KNOWABOUT NEUROSCIENCE

     pp. 41- 64

    Annalisa Gutierrez

    THE SEASONS OF ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION: A STUDY OF MEDIATION TACTICS IN THE CONTEXT OF ANCIENT GREEK MYTHOLOGY

     pp. 65- 84

    Christina Krandick

    MEDIATION BETWEEN VERNON & PETUNIA DURSLEY AND HARRY POTTER

     pp. 85- 114

    American Journal of Mediation, 2013-2014, Vol.7

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Courtney Chicvak

    CONCRETIZING THE MEDIATOR'S JE NE SAIS QUOI: EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE EFFECTIVE MEDIATOR

    pp. 1-15

    Clint Dallas Wood

    MEDIATION IN THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES

    pp. 17-27

    John Criste

    THE MEDIATION PROTOCOL: THE UNITED STATES OLYMPIC COMMITTEE'S EXPERIMENTAL TRIAL WITH MEDIATION AS A FORM OF DOPING-CONTROL DISPUTE RESOLUTION

    pp. 29-54

    Ben Pallone

    NFL CONCUSSION PROTOCOL: A SYSTEM REDESIGN

    pp. 55-73

    Eliot Rudes

    DISASTERS, VICTIM COMPENSATION, AND ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

    pp. 75-94

    Megan E. Pearl

    HOW CLOSE WE WERE: THE MEDIATION THAT COULD HAVE PREVENTED WWII

    pp. 95-124

    Bailey Acevedo

    MEDIATION BETWEEN KING HENRY VIII OF ENGLAND AND POPE CLEMENT VII FOR A DIVORCE FROM CATHERINE OF ARAGON

    pp. 125-137

    Bridget Schultz

    WHY BEN FRANKLIN WAS THE WORST MEDIATOR OF ALL TIME

    pp. 139-158

    American Journal of Mediation, 2015, Vol.8

    Author

    Title

    Page to Page

    Gary McGowan

    DON'T CALL IT A "TRIAL": WHAT LITIGATORS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT ARBITRATION

    pp. 1-12

    Donald R. Philbin, Randall Kiser

    THE CRITICAL ROLE OF DISPUTE RESOLUTION SKILLS IN LEGAL DECISION MAKING

    pp. 13-18

    Kristina Unanyan

    GIVE ME BACK MY TOY: ANALYZING HOW THE DECISION- MAKING STYLES OF THE PARTIES IN MGA ENTERTAINMENT v. MATTEL LED TO MISSED OPPORTUNITIES AND PROPOSING A SOLUTION THAT WOULD BRING PARTIES CLOSER TO SETTLEMENT

    pp. 19-44

    Melissa Wai

    TECHNIQUES IN MEDIATION: A CLOSER LOOK AT DECISION ANALYSIS

    pp. 45-61

    Devan Larsen

    WORKING WITH COGNITIVE ERRORS CAUSED BY HEIGHTENED EMOTION IN EMPLOYMENT MEDIATIONS

    pp. 63-81

    Anthony Diblasi

    ARBITRATION: SOLVING COLLEGIATE FOOTBALL'S COMPENSATION PROBLEM

    pp. 83-94

    Daniel De Orchis

    HOW ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION SYSTEMS CAN EFFECTIVELY AND EFFICIENTLY MANAGE CONFLICT (AND PROMOTE RELATIONSHIPS) BETWEEN ARTISTS AND RECORD LABELS

    pp. 95-111

    Michael Gayed

    CLEANING FUKUSHIMA: DESIGNING A MULTIPARTY STAKEHOLDER DAMAGE MITIGATION SYSTEM

    pp. 113-137

     


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