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Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation The official publication of the International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution with
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International ADR

Lenders’ Trade Group Adopts Optional Arbitration Clause for Model Latin America Documentation

January 2018

The New York-based Loan Syndications and Trading Association, or LSTA, is the leading industry organization in the Americas for lenders and investors in the syndicated loans market.


Diplomacy’s Question: Can Every Dispute Be Resolved?

December 2017

I recently attended a small group celebration in honor of the late Israeli politician and two-time prime minister, Yitzhak Rabin, at Newark, N.J.’s New Jersey Performing Arts Center. The presentation focused, among other things, on steps for multistate dispute resolution. Present were Daniel Kurtzer, who served as U.S. ambassador to both Egypt and Israel, and is now a professor at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University; former Israeli ambassador to the United States Itamar Rabinovich, and Rabin’s daughter, Dalia Rabin-Pelossof.


Dealing with Difficulties: What to Say When Parties Won’t Settle and Only Want to Prove They Are Right

November 2017

This article, adapted from “How Mediation Works: Theory, Research, and Practice,” published earlier this year by Emerald Insight, is intended in part for a traditional audience of mediators, aspiring mediators, and lawyers. But the book also aimed at a broader audience, including the increasing number of disputants who have been directed or encouraged to mediate by judges or lawyers, yet know little or nothing about it.

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Meet the Editor
Russ Bleemer

Russ Bleemer
Managing Editor

Russ Bleemer is the editor of CPR’s monthly newsletter on business conflict resolution, Alternatives, produced by CPR Institute and Jossey-Bass, a Wiley Brand. Read More

Editorial Board
John J. Bouma
Snell & Wilmer
Phoenix, Arizona  

A. Stephens Clay
Kilpatrick Stockton
Atlanta, Georgia  

Jamie Broder
Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker
Los Angeles, California  

Kathleen A. Byran
Chair, Editorial Board
CPR Institute
New York, New York  

Cathy A. Constantino
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Washington, D.C.  

Robert A. Creo
Master Mediators LLC
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  

Laura Effel
Larkspur, California  

Lawrence J. Fox
Drinker, Biddle & Reath
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  

Marc Galanter
University of Wisconsin Law School
Madison, Wisconsin  

Whitmore Gray
Fordham University School of Law/University of Michigan Law School
New York  

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