Thursday, September 30, 2010

Bales et al. on Successorship and Various Arbitration Issues

Bales Our own Rick Bales has been quite busy lately, having posted four new articles on SSRN.  The articles are:

Linda Kay Sims & Rick Bales, Much Ado About Nothing: The Future of Manifest Disregard after Hall Street, 62 South Carolina Law Review (2011).
 
Drew Willis & Rick Bales, The Not so “Perfectly Clear Successor” Exception, __ Seton Hall Circuit Review (forthcoming 2010).
 
Melanie A. Goff & Rick Bales, An Analysis of an Order to Compel Arbitration: To Dismiss or Stay?, __ Penn State Law Review (forthcoming 2011).
 
Diana Link & Rick Bales, Waiving Rights Goodbye: Class Action Waivers in Arbitration Agreements after Stolt-Nielsen V. Animalfeeds International, 11 Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal (forthcoming 2011).

Congratulations to Rick and his co-authors, and thanks for making the rest of us look bad.

-JH

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Looks like Rick has been watching those James Patterson tapes! Congrats.

Posted by: David Yamada | Oct 1, 2010 6:24:34 PM

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