Award-winning ADR publications A bibliography of CPR award recipients 1983-1995.код для вставкиСкачать
1 1 0 Alternatives CPR Iiistitutr hi Disprite Krsolritioii Vol. 14, No. 9 O c t o l x r 19% Award-Winning ADR Publications A Bibliography of CPR Award Recipients, 1983-1995 Edztor’s Note: Thefollowzng books and a r t z t h have recezued top honors ouer thr years zn the annual CPR Awara3 Program for Excellence in Alternatiue Dispute Resolution, sponsored by CIGNA Corporation Along wzth CPR’s own publzcatzony, thzs Bzblzography zs a n excellent resource on AL)R wntzng of both a practzcal and theoretzral character The State Bar of Texas Standing Committee on Alternate Methods of Dispute Resolution. Handbook of A l t ~ r n a t i ~ ~ ~ Dispute Resolution, (Second Edition, Edited by Amy L,. Greenspan, 1990.) Wilkinson,John H., Editor, Donovan I,n’sure Newton & Irvinr ADR Practice Rook (Wiley Law Publications, 1990). ADR, GENERAL ARBITRATION Arrow, Kenneth, Robert H. Mnookin, Lee Ross, Amos Tversky, and Robert Wilson. Barriers to Conflict Resolution (W. W. Norton & Company, 1995). Auerbach, Jerold. “Justice Without Law?,” Oxford University Press (1983). Brazil, Wayne D. Effective Approaches to Settlement: A Handbook for Lawyers and Judges (Prentice Hall Law and Business, 1988). Cramton, Roger, Editor. “Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Law School Curriculum,” 34:2Journal of LegalEducation vune 1984). Dauer, Edward A. Manual ofDispute &.solution (Shepard’s/ McGraw-Hill, 1994). Denver University Law Review. 66 Quality of Dispute Resolution Symposium (Denver University Law Review, 1989). Folberg, H. Jay and Joshua D. Rosenberg. “Alternative Dispute Resolution: An Empirical Analysis,” Stanford Z,aw h i e z u 1487 (1994). Folger,Joseph P. and Marshall Scott Poole. Working Through Conflict: A Communiration Perspective (Scott, Foresman and Co., 1984). Golann, Dwight. “Making ADR Mandatory: The Constitutional Issues,’’ 68 Oregon Law Rmieru 488 (1989). Goldberg, Stephen B., Eric D. Green, and Frank E.A. Sander. Dispute Resolution (Little, Brown and Company, 1985). McGovern, Francis E. “Toward a Functional Approach for Managing Complex Litigation,” 53 Chirq,w I,. Rev. 440 (Sfwing 1986). Menkel-Meadow, Carrie. “Pursuing Settlernent in an Adversary Culture: A Tale of Innovation Co-opted o r ‘The Law of ADR’,” 19:I Florida Stat? IA711 Rmirru 1 (1991). Murray, John S. “Guideposts for an Institutional Framework of Consensual Dispute Processing,” 1984 Missouri ,Journal ofDisputr Resolution 45 (1984). Reynolds, Nancy. “Why We Should Abolish Penalty Provisions for Compulsory Nonbinding Alternative Dispute Resolution,” 7:l Ohio StateJournal on Disl,utr Resolution, 173 ( I 991). Singer, Linda R. .Settlinglji.s~~utes: Conflict Resolution in Business, Families, and thr Legal System (Westview Press, 1990). Gorske, Robert H. “An Arbitrator Looks at Expediting the Large, Complex Case,” 5 Ohio StateJournal on Dispute Resolution 381 (1990). Hedlund, Reuben L. and Deborah C. Paskin. “Another View of Expediting the Large, Complex Case: A Response to Arbitrator Gorske from Counsel for the Defense,” 6:1 Ohio Statr Journd on Dispute Resolution 61 (1990). Stipanowich, Thomas J. “Arbitration and the Multiparty Dispute: The Search for Workable Solutions,” 72 Iowa L. Rm.4 73 (March 1 98 7). COURT ADR Baruch Bush, Robert A. “Dispute Resolution Alternatives and the Goals of Civil Justice: Jurisdictional Principles for Process Choice,” 4 WisconsinL.Rm.893 (1984). Brazil, Wayne D., “Institutionalizing Court ADR Programs,” Emrrpng ADK Is.suc~sin State and F e d m d Courls, (Section of Litigation, ABA, 1991). Brazil, Wayne D. “A (lose Look at Three Court Sponsored ADR Programs: Why They Exist, How They Operate, Mihat They Deliver, and Whether They Threaten Important Values,” 1990 Univrrsitj of Chicago Legal Forum 303. Brazil, M’ayne D. “Special Masters in Complex Cases: Extending the Judiciary o r Reshaping Adjudication?,” 53 Chicago L. I ~ J394 . (Sfn-ing 1986). McMillan, Jr., Richard and David B. Siegel. “Creating a Fast-Track Alternative Under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure,” 60 Notre Dame I,. Rw. 431 ( 1 985). Peckham, Robert F. “A Judicial Response to the Cost of Litigation: Case Management, Two-Stage Discovery Planning and Alternative Dispute Resolution,” 37 Rutgers I,. Rm.253 (WinlPr 1985). Provine, D. Marie. “Settlement Strategies for Federal Judges,” ~r~~~r.(Ll,Ji~ilir.iccl Centr?. ( I 986). INDUSTRY OR SECTOR SPECIFIC Arnold, Torn. ‘‘A1t er n a tive Dispute re sol^ ti on in Intel lectual Property Cases,” 9: I A P I A Srlectrrl I ~ g Pd a p ~ s (July , 1 991). (Po/rrik, Cofgright,s, 1rademtirk.s cind Litrmrj Proprtj Cou ~ . T P Hcindbook Swh, I X I Order. No. G4-3892, Pmclising 1992). Laru Irt,stitut(: ,~t)7)rrnb~r%)rcrmDPr Vol. 14, No. 9 October 1996 CPR Iristitutr for-Dispute R e s i h t i i m Cassel, Scott A. “Negotiating Better Superfund Settlements: Prospects and Protocols,” I6 Pepperdine L. Rm.11 7 (1989). Ertel, Danny and Ralph C. Ferrara. Rqond Arbitration: Designing Alternatives to Securities Litigation (Butterworth Legal Publishers, 1992). Geller, Paul Jeffrey. “When the walls Come Crumbling Down: A Call for ADR in the CIC,” The Construction Lawyer (January 1993). Marks, Bruce S. “Commercial Conflict Management and Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Oil and Gas Industry,” Oil & Gas Law & Taxation, Chapter 9 (1990). Marcus, LeonardJ. with Barry C. Dorn, Phyllis B. Kritek, Velvet G. Miller and Janice B. Wyatt. Renrgotiating Health Care: Resolving Conflict to Build Collaboration Uossey-Bass Publishers, 1995). Susskind, Lawrence a n d Denise Madigan. “New Approaches to Resolving Disputes in the Public Sector” 9:2 TheJustice SystemJournal 189 ( I 984). Wheeler, Michael and Lawrence S. Bacow. “Environmental Dispute Resolution,” Plenum P r m (1984). MEDIATION Aaron, Marjorie Corman. “The Value of Decision Analysis in Mediation Practice” 11:2 Negotiation Journal I23 (April 1 995). Bartel, Barry C. “Med-Arb as a Distinct Method of Dispute Resolution: History, Analysis, and Potential,” 27 Willamrtte L. Rev. 661 (Spring 1991). Baruch Bush, Robert A. “Mediation and Adjudication, Dispute Resolution and Ideology: An Imaginary Conversation,” 3:l the^ Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues I(1990). Baruch Bush, Robert A. “The Dilemmas of Mediation Practice: A Study ofEthica1 Dilemmas and Policy Implications,” A Report on a Study,for The National Institutr For Dispute Resolution ( I 992). Eaton, Sarah. “Mandatory Mediation and Summary J u r y Trial: Guidelines for Ensuring Fair and Effective Processes,” I03 Haruard Law Rmirw I086 (March 1990). Folberg, H. Jay and Alison Taylor. “Mediation: A Comprehensive Guide to Resolving Conflicts without Litigation,” Jossq-Bass Inr. ( I 984). Freund, James C. “The Neutral Negotiator - Why and How Mediation Can M’ork to Resolve Dollar Disputes, Prrnticr Hall h w CYl3u.sinr.u (1 994). Galton, Eric. Mrtliation: A Trxns I’rartirr Guide (Texas Lawyer Press, 1993). Hoffer, David P. “Decision Analysis as a Mediator’s Tool,” 1 Haruard Negotiation f,aw Etpliiew ( I 996). Kirtley, Alan. “The Mediation Privilege’s Transition from Theory to Implementation: Designing a Mediation Privilege Standard to Protect Mediation Participants, the Process a n d the Public Interest,” 1995 ,Journal of l h p u t r Iholution I . Moore, Christopher W., Editor. “Practical Strategies foithe Phases of Mediation,” 16 iMrdirition Qiiartrrlj 87 (Sunzmrr 1987). Altrrnativrs I I I Rogers, Nancy H. and Craig A. McEwen. Mediation: Law/ Poliq/Practire (The Lawyers Co-Operative Publishing Co. and Bancroft-Whitney Co., 1990). Rogers, Nancy H. A Student 3 Guide to Mediation and the Law (Matthew Bender & Company, 1987). Smiley, AlisonJ. “Professional Codes and Neutral Lawyering: An Emerging Standard Governing Nonrepresentational Attorney Mediation,” 7 GeorgetownJournal of Legal Ethics 213 (Summer 1993). NEGOTIATION Anderson, Frederick R. “Negotiation and Informal Agency Action: The Case of Superfund,”Duke L .J . 261 (April 1985). Gifford, Donald G. “A Context-Based Theory of Strategy Selection in Legal Negotiation,” 46 Ohio StateL.J. I ( 1985). Goodpaster, Gary. “Rational Decision-Making in Problem Solving Negotiation: Compromise, Interest-Valuation, and Cognitive Error,” 8:2 Thr Ohio StateJournal on Dispute &solution 299 (1993). Susskind, Lawrence and Jeffrey Z. Rubin, Editors. “Negotiation: Behavioral Perspectives,” 27:2 Ammkan Behavioral Srirntist (Novrmbw-December1983). Menkel-Meadow, Carrie. “Toward Another View of Negotiation: The Structure of Legal Problem Solving,” 31 U C I A I,. RR). 754 (April 1984). Mnookin, Robert H. “Why Negotiations Fail: An Exploration of Barriers to the Resolution ofConflict,” 8:2 The Ohio State,Journnl on Dispute Resolution 25’5 ( I 993). Ury, William. Getting Past No: Negotiating with Difficult People (Bantam Books, 1991). SYSTEMS DESIGN Costantino, Cathy A. and Christina Sickle Merchant. Drsigning Conflict Management Systems (Jossey-BassPublishers, 1996). Ury, William L.,Jeanne M. Brett and Stephen B. Goldberg, Getting Disputrs &.solved: Dr,sicgningSystems to Cut thr Costs of ConfZicf (Jossey-Bass,Inc., 1988). I ALTERNATIVES ONLINE Alternatives articles are now available on Westlaw@and Lexis@-Nexis@. On Westlaw, you can find articles dating back to 1991; on Lexis-Nexis from 1993 to the present. From the Westlaw directory screen, enter <db ALTHCL>. On Lexis, select the eADR> library; then enter <altern>.