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Fall 2018

Message from the Chair
By Robert N. Holtzman 

Court Reaffirms the Importance of Sufficiently Alleging Demand Futility in Derivative Lawsuits
By Michael A.H. Schoenberg

Mediation Myths: Barriers to the Use of Meditation
By Steven C. Barrett

Ten Common Mistakes to Avoid in Arbitration
By Joseph P. Zammit

In Memoriam: Hon. Thomas A. Dickerson
By Daniel K. Wiig

The Return of the Chinese Tick Case
By Thomas A. Dickerson

New York PFOA Environmental Tort and Medical Monitoring Class Action Certified
By Thomas A. Dickerson

When Experts Come From Different Planets: Finding the Difference Driving Seemingly Irreconcilable Expert Evidence in Arbitration
By Theodore K. Cheng and Sherman Kahn

International Litigation: Recognition of Foreign Country Money Judgments and the Jurisdictional Nexus
By Clara Flebus

Administering Financial Antitrust Settlements Involving Complex Financial Instruments and Related Markets
By Loree Kovach and Lauren McGeever

The Application of Daimler AG's Principal-Place-of-Business Standard in New York Courts
By John R. Higgitt

Committee Report

Proposed Amendment of Rule 3 of the Rules of the Commercial Division, Rule 3(a), Relating to the Selection of Mediators

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