Steven Gregory Publishes Article in ABA Newsletter

Yesterday the ABA’s Section of Dispute Resolution Arbitration Committee published its Winter 2022 newsletter. The newsletter includes an article by Steven Gregory and co-author David Allgeyer entitled Be Careful What You Don’t Ask For: Fulfilling Conditions Precedent in Mediation-Arbitration Agreements. If you an attorney advocating in arbitration or drafting arbitration

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What is Mediation?

WHAT IS MEDIATION? According to the International Chamber of Commerce (“ICC”), “[m]ediation is a flexible and consensual technique in which a neutral facility helps the parties reach a negotiated settlement of their dispute.” The ICC managed to capture most or all the elements of mediation in one sentence. Mediators might

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The maturing market for dispute resolution recognises that mediation (along with arbitration, collaborative law and other Disruptive Resolution™ processes) offers significant advantages over litigation. This recognition inevitably leads to increased demand for mediators. Increased demand results in increased supply. When a dispute occurs and the opportunity to choose the appropriate


The Gregory Law Firm Files Another First Amendment Case

Recently in association with the Freedom from Religion Foundation (the “Foundation”), a non-profit advocacy organisation based in Madison, Wisconsin, the Gregory Law Firm filed a lawsuit under the First Amendment against the Alabama Secretary of State. The lawsuit challenges a mandatory religious oath for registering as an Alabama voter. Alabama

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