New York Dispute Resolution Lawyer Table of Contents

SPRING 2017

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Message from the Chair
(Abigail Pessen)

Message from the Co-Editors-in-Chief
(Edna Sussman, Laura A. Kaster and Sherman Kahn)

Ethical Compass:
When the Empty ADR Chair Is Occupied by a Litigation Funder

(Professor Elayne E. Greenberg)

Arbitration:
Mediating the “Loose Ends” After Arbitration

(Gerald W. Ghikas, Q.C.)

Second Circuit Reaffirms Manifest Disregard as a Valid Ground for Vacature of Arbitration Award
(Edward Lozowicki)

Interim, Provisional and Conservatory Measures in U.S. Arbitration
(Steven Skulnik)

Provider and Arbitrator Immunity for Acting in Their Official Capacities
(Gerald M. Levine)

Arbitration of Disputes in the Aerospace Industry
(Stephen E. Smith and Lester W. Schiefelbein, Jr.)

Arbitrating Fair Labor Standard Act Cases—Is the Process a Problem?
(Tracy B. Frisch and Robyn Weinstein)

Mediation:
When the Deal Goes South: Mediating Disputes in Post-Merger Litigation

(Arthur H. Rosenbloom)

Twelve Tips for Effective Settlement Negotiations
(Steven H. Reisberg)

International:
Russia’s Comprehensive Arbitration Reforms

(Peter Pettibone)

The Importance of Legal Culture for Contract Construction: Norwegian Law, English Law and International Arbitration
(Giuditta Cordero-Moss)

Hong Kong’s Third Party Funding of Arbitration Law Reform and “Light Touch” Regulation 
(Kim M. Rooney)

The Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements: A Realistic Competitor to the New York Convention?
(Glenn P. Hendrix and Louise Ellen Teitz)

Investor-State Dispute Settlement Under CETA—A New Permanent Court
(Sarah C. C. Tishler)

Open and Shut: The Innovative Use of Opening Argument in International Arbitration
(Alexandre de Gramont)

Book Reviews:
International Arbitration: Commercial and Investment Treaty Law and Practice

(Reviewed by Robert B. Davidson)

International Commercial Arbitration in New York (2nd Edition)

(Reviewed by Rory Millson)

Case Notes:
Moss v. First Premier Bank—The Second Circuit Follows Its Own Precedent—Won’t Compel Arbitration When the Exclusively Named Arbitral Provider Is Unavailable to Administer the Dispute

(Bryan J. Branon)

Section Committees and Chairs

The Dispute Resolution Section Welcomes New Members

Section Officers and Editors