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"The Limits of Arbitral Power - A Doctrine Revisited"

by Laura A. Kaster, Princeton, NJ (October 2012)

The private judges known as arbitrators are the creatures not of Articles I or III of the U.S. Constitution, nor of public election or appointment by federal or state authority, but of private agreements between parties whose contracts have blossomed into dispute... READ ARTICLE

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"Improving Lawyer Judgement By Reducing The Impact of Client-Think"

by Laura A. Kaster, Princeton, NJ (September 2012)

The very nature of the lawyer-client relationship serves to increase the unconscious biases that impede the client/lawyer team's ability to see all the information before them and to evaluate its impact. "Client-Think" is a real phenomenon and is reflected in the statistics that establish a very high rate of lawyer error in valuing cases for mediation and settlement. READ ARTICLE

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