An Updated Neutrals’ Panel and The Revised Meeting Program CPR AND INTA EXPAND A NEUTRALS‘ PANEL This month, the CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution and the International Trademark Associationjointly announced the expansion of its panel of neutrals, to 54 from 23, to reflect the depth ofexpertise that has developed in the trademark field. CPR and INTA, a New York-based nonprofit trade group, partnered to develop the C P W INTAAlternative Dispute Resolution program in 1994 to provide customized options for parties with conflicts involving trademark and related issues. T h e program’s goal is to provide parties with cost efficient and early resolution of their disputes. The ADR program began with a 25-person panel of trained neutrals who also were experienced practitioners in trademark and unfair competition law. While establishing the original ADR Panel, the two organizations also created a book, “ADR in Trademark & Unfair Competition Disputes,” which outlines ADR use in trademark disputes. Earlier this year, a select committee of practitioners, neutrals, CPR experts and INTA representativesreviewed the qualifications of trademark attorneys, and made the panel selections. In order to ensureADR expertise, each new panelist is required to participate in a day-long training session conducted by members of the CPR Training Corps. The panel members are listed below. For more information, call CPR’s Panels Management Group at (212) 949-6490. -By Davida Williams CPR/INTA TRADEMARK PANEL Miles J. Alexander Kilpatrick Stockton Atlanta James M. Amend Kirkland & Ellis Chicago Richard M. Berman Faegre & Benson Minneapolis Guy M. Blynn Vice President, Deputy General Counsel & Secretary, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Winston-Salem,N C. Margaret A. Boulware Jenkens & Gilchrist Houston Edward T. Colbert Kenyon & Kenyon Washington,D. C. EDITORIAL BOARD CHAIRMAN THOMAS J. STIPANOWICH CPR Instatutefor Dspute Resolution CARRIE MENKEL-MEADOW Georgetown University W. REECE BAOER Onick, Herrington B Sutcliffe Law Center ROBERT T. BERENDT ROBERT H. MNOOKIN Thompson Coburn Harvard Law School JOHN J. BOUMA PAUL 3. MODE JR. Snell B Wilmer Wilmer, Cutler JAMIE BROOER & Pickering Paul, Hasings, Janoj+v B Walker JAMES M. RINGER Rogers &We.& PAUL 0. CARRINGTON A. JAMES ROBERTSON I 1 Duke University School of Law Superior Court of California A. STEPHENS CLAY Kilpahick & Cody NANCY ROGERS John M. Cone Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld Dalh CATHY A. COSTANTINO Ohio State University college of Law John J. Cummins John J. Cummins, Esq. Naples, Fla. Law O@esofRobertA. Creo City University of Hong Kong Joan L. Dillon Kilpatrick Stockton Atlanta Marie V. Driscoll Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu New York Fedcral Deposit Insurance Cop DAVID L. SANOBORG ROBERT A. ERE0 RICHARD W. DUESENBERG FRANK E.A. SANDER Monsanto Co. (Ret.) Harvard Law School LAURA EFFEL IRENE C. WARSHAUER Flippin, Dmsmore, Morse 8.Jessee Frzed & Epsmn MELVYN 1. WEISS LAWRENCE J. FOX Drinker, Eiddk B Reath MARC GALANTER University of Wisconsin Law School Milbplg Wms Bershad Hynes & Lerach GERALD R. WILLIAMS Brzgham Young Sandra Edelrnan Dorsey & Whitney New York WHITMORE GRAY Unrversity Fordbam Univmity School of bw/University of Michigan Law School ED E. WILLIAMS I11 William A. Finkelstein Alschuler, Grossman, Stein & Kahan Los Angeles HARRY N. MALAOOORIAN THOMAS J. WYLLIE Quinnipiac Law School Adam 8.Reese Anthony L. Fletcher Fish & Richardson New York Kenneth B. Gerrnain Frost Brown Todd Cincinnati Jerome Gilson Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione Chicago Vito T. Giordano von Maltitz, Derenberg, Kunin, Janssen & Giordano New York Arthur J. Greenbaum Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman New York David Gryce Arent Fox Kintner Plotkin & Kahn Washington, D. C. Dolores K. Hanna Bell, Boyd & Lloyd Chicago (continued on page 166) United G h s COT Alternat TO THE HIGH COSTS OF LITIGATION Publisher Thomas J. Stipanowich (email@example.com) Editor Russ Bleemer (firstname.lastname@example.org) Alternatives to the High Costs of Litigotion (ISSN 0736-3613) is published monthly by the CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution. Subscription Address Changes to: Alternatives CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution 366 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10017-3122 Tel: (212) 949-6490 Fax: (212) 949-8859 www.cpradr.org AIternatives@cpradr.org o 2001, CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution. For permission t o reprint bylined articles, please contact both CPR and the author.