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Vol. 78 December 2009 No. 3
 

SYMPOSIUM


AGAINST SETTLEMENT:  TWENTY-FIVE YEARS LATER


FOREWORD:  REFLECTIONS ON THE ADJUDICATION-SETTLEMENT DIVIDE
Howard M. Erichson

SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT THE ECONOMICS OF SETTLEMENT
John Bronsteen

REVISITING AGAINST SETTLEMENT:  SOME REFLECTIONS ON DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND PUBLIC VALUES
Amy J. Cohen

REEXAMINING THE ARGUMENTS IN OWEN M. FISS, AGAINST SETTLEMENT
Kenneth R. Feinberg

THE PUBLIC VALUE OF SETTLEMENT
Samuel Issacharoff & Robert H. Klonoff

THREE THINGS TO BE AGAINST (“SETTLEMENT” NOT INCLUDED)
Michael Moffitt

MEDIATION EXCEPTIONALITY
Jacqueline Nolan-Haley

COMMENTS ON OWEN M. FISS, AGAINST SETTLEMENT (1984)
Hon. Jack B. Weinstein

THE HISTORY OF AN IDEA
Owen M. Fiss

ARTICLE


WHAT OWNERS WANT AND GOVERNMENTS DO:  EVIDENCE FROM THE OREGON EXPERIMENT
Bethany R. Berger

NOTES


LOVE THY NEIGHBOR:  SHOULD RELIGIOUS ACCOMMODATIONS THAT NEGATIVELY AFFECT COWORKERS’ SHIFT PREFERENCES CONSTITUTE AN UNDUE HARDSHIP ON THE  EMPLOYER UNDER TITLE VII?
Rachel M. Birnbach

THE RIGHTS OF DIVORCED LESBIANS:  INTERSTATE RECOGNITION OF CHILD CUSTODY JUDGMENTS IN THE CONTEXT OF SAME-SEX DIVORCE
Kathryn J. Harvey

SECURITIES CLASS ACTIONS, CAFA, AND A COUNTRYWIDE CRISIS:  A CALL FOR CLARITY AND CONSISTENCY
Denise Mazzeo

THE ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE AND INFORMATION DISCLOSED TO AN ATTORNEY WITH THE INTENTION THAT THE ATTORNEY DRAFT A DOCUMENT TO BE RELEASED TO THIRD PARTIES:  PUBLIC POLICY CALLS FOR AT LEAST THE STRICTEST APPLICATION OF THE ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE
Daniel Northrop

TOWARD EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF 11 U.S.C. § 522(d)(11)(E):  INVIGORATING A  POWERFUL BANKRUPTCY EXEMPTION
Uriel Rabinovitz

WHEN COWS FLY:  EXPANDING COGNIZABLE INJURY-IN-FACT AND INTEREST GROUP LITIGATION 
Robert Terenzi, Jr.