2009 J. Disp. Resol. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/jdisres2009 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF
DISPUTE RESOLUTION
VOLUME 2009, NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Crowning the New King: The Statutory Arbitrator and the
Dem ise  of Judicial Review  ................................................................................... M ichael H . LeRoy  1
The Future of Mediation: A Sociological Perspective .............................................. Dr. Brian Jarrett  49
Is it the Real Thing? How Coke's One-Way Binding Arbitration
May Bridge the Divide Between Litigation and Arbitration ............................ Suzette M. Malveaux  77
Laura Klaming
I Want the Opposite of What You Want: Reducing Fixed-Pie              Jelle van Veenen
Perceptions in  Online  Negotiations ............................................................................. Ronald  Leenes  139
T. Noble Foster
The Promise of Confidentiality in Mediation: Practitioners' Perceptions .................. Selden Prentice  163
COMMENTS
I lost my home, don't take my voice! Ensuring the Voting
Rights of the Homeless Through Negotiated Rulemaking ............................................. Sarah Devlin  175
Making Friends of Foes: Bringing Labor and Management
Together Through  Integrative Bargaining ....................................................................... Carly Duvall  197
NOTES
Immunity and Justice for All: Has the Second Circuit Overextended the
Doctrine of Absolute Immunity by Applying it to Arbitration Witnesses? ...... W. Monroe Bonnheim  213
The Expansion of Arbitral Immunity: Is Absolute
Imm unity  a Foregone Conclusion? ................................................................................ Jenny  Brown  225
Confidential Arbitration of Whistleblower Actions: A Loophole
That Could Effectively Undo The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 .................... Nicholas E. Eckelkamp  239
What's Fair is Fair: Tribal Assertions of
Jurisdiction over Arbitration Decisions ................................................................... M atthew  E. Terry  255

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