2012 J. Disp. Resol. [i] (2012)

handle is hein.journals/jdisres2012 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF
DISPUTE RESOLUTION
VOLUME 2012, NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
SYMPOSIUM
Border Skirmishes. The Intersection Between Litigation and
International Com m ercial A rbitration..................................................................................S.I. Strong  I
The United States Supreme Court and Class Arbitration:                      Gary Born
A  Tragedy  of Errors  ................ .. .............................................................Claudio  Salas  21
Convergence and Divergence in International Dispute Resolution...........................Peter B. Rutledge  49
An Introduction to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS)
& the Role of National Courts in International Sports Disputes.................. Louise Reilly  63
Court Intervention in International Arbitration:
The Case for Compulsory Judicial Internationalism .................................................Fr6d6nc Bachand  83
The New York Convention and the Amencan Federal System....................Christopher R. Drahozal  101
Navigating the Borders Between International Commercial
Arbitration and U.S. Federal Courts: A Jurisprudential GPS.......................................S.I. Strong  119
The Interference of the Court of the Seat
with International Arbitration........                            .........Giulia Carbone  217
NOTES
Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: Must the District Court
Issue a Stay After a Decision Adverse to Arbitration Is Appealed,
and to What Extent Are Arbitration Clauses Applied Retroactively?......................... Benjamin Faber  245
If We Could, Then So Can You: The Seventh Circuit Resurrects
Its Judge versus Arbitrator Analogy to Reinstate a Repeat Arbitrator............ .............. Collin Koenig  265
Concerning Preemption: Upholding Consent Under the Federal
Arbitration Act.............                     ................................. ....Shane Blank  281
Unconscionable Construction: How the Ninth Circuit Evades the
FAA by Severing Arbitration Agreements as Unconscionable..............................Daniel B. Mitchell  303
The New Use of the Doctrine of Unconscionability to Invalidate
Arbitration Agreements in Consumer Contracts     .............................Valerie Dixon  317

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