AAA Handbooks

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AAA Handbooks


The AAA Handbooks assemble from the Dispute Resolution Journal-the flagship publication of the AAA-and other sources, the leading professional writing in areas in which arbitration and ADR are likely to apply. These 300-page hardcover volumes provide essential orientation and are a must for anyone with an interest in the field of ADR. The contents address cutting edge issues of relevance in the field: class action arbitration, punitive damages awards, mediator and arbitrator selection, effective advocacy, interim relief, and many others. The authors are recognized specialists who provide thorough analysis, practical answers to problems that have emerged in the field, and overall world-class assessments of arbitration and ADR practice.

AAA Handbook on Commercial Arbitration

Topics in this volume include: Arbitration Agreements and Non- Signatories; Drafting Clauses; Effective Procedural Management in Arbitration; The Benefits of Independent Arbitration Administration; Issues Surrounding Party-Appointed Arbitrators; Discovery; and others.

AAA Handbook on International Arbitration & ADR

Topics in this volume include: Managing An International Arbitration; Party Autonomy; Enforcing Foreign Awards; Bilateral Investment Treaties and Arbitration; ADR and the WTO; European Union Law; and others.

AAA Handbook on Mediation

Topics in this volume include: Key Factors to Consider When Contemplating Mediation; Matching Parties' Goals with Mediation Styles; The Trend Toward Med/Arb; Attorneys' Tools for Successful Mediation; Confidentiality; and others. …

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