8 Nev. L.J. [i] (2007-2008)

handle is hein.journals/nevlj8 and id is 1 raw text is: NEVADA LAW JOURNAL
Volume 8                        Fall 2007                     Number 1
SYMPOSIUM - RETHINKING THE FEDERAL
ARBITRATION ACT: AN EXAMINATION OF WHETHER AND
How THE STATUTE SHOULD BE AMENDED
Introduction: Dreaming About Arbitration Reform
Jean  R .  Sternlight .........................................  1
Extending OWBPA Notice and Consent Protections to Arbitration
Agreements Involving Employees and Consumers
Christopher J. Kippley and Richard A. Bales ...............  10
Dangers of Deference to Form Arbitration Provisions
A m y  J. Schm itz  ..........................................  37
Measures to Encourage and Reward Post-Dispute Agreements to
Arbitrate Employment Discrimination Claims
M ichael  Z. G reen  .........................................  58
In Defense of Mandatory Binding Arbitration (if Imposed on the
Company)
Jean  R. Sternlight .........................................  82
Arbitration Law's Separability Doctrine After Buckeye Check Cashing,
Inc. v. Cardegna
Stephen  J. W are  ..........................................  107
Determining an Arbitrator's Jurisdiction: Timing and Finality in
American Law
W illiam   W . Park  ..........................................  135
Federal Common Law and Arbitral Power
A lan  Scott  Rau  ...........................................  169
Revising the FAA to Permit Expanded Judicial Review of Arbitration
Awards
Sarah  Rudolph  Cole .......................................  214
Codifying Manifest Disregard
Christopher  R. Drahozal ...................................  234
Keeping Arbitrations from Becoming Kangaroo Courts
Jeffrey  W . Stem pel  .......................................  251
Process Purity and Innovation: A Response to Professors Stempel,
Cole, and Drahozal
Richard  C. Reuben  ........................................  271
Parties' Power to Vary Standards for Review of International
Commercial Arbitration Awards
Richard  E. Speidel ........................................  314
The Minimal Role of Federalism and State Law in Arbitration
Edw ard  Brunet  ...........................................  326

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