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March/April
2012
Volume XLV Number 2

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Features

Mediation and Dispute Resolution

4

Advocacy within the Collaborative Process: A Comparative Case Study
By Suzy Eckstein and Annemarie Wall

12

Improving Healthcare Access for People with Disabilities:
A Call to Maryland’s Leaders

By Debra T. Berube and Gary C. Norman

18

Alternative ADR for Construction Disputes:
A Litigator’s Perspective

By Kenneth A. Vogel

24

Resolving Patent Disputes Via Mediation:
The Federal Circuit and the ITC Find Success

By David E. Sosnowski

30

Building More Peaceful Communities Through
Community Mediation

By Cynthia M. Jurrius

38

Civil, Collaborative Discourse on Public Policy
By Craig Tipton Distelhorst

44

Mediation at Maryland’s Court of Special Appeals
By Mala Malhotra-Ortiz

48

Why ADR Works
By Linda Sorg Ostovitz

54

Adapting Mediation to What Users Want
By John Bickerman

 

 

Departments


 
Does an Attorney’s Agreement that He or She Will Only be Compensated if Fees are Awarded By a Court Under a Fee Shifting Statute Constitute a “Contingent Fee” that Must be in Writing? 58
 
Work For Free? 60
   

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