Kevin R. Casey


Articles:

  • Thursday, March 21, 2013
     
  • Monday, August 1, 2011
    Editor: What are your thoughts about mounting criticism that arbitration is becoming as costly and time-consuming as full-scale litigation?
  • Protecting Arbitration Documents In Federal Courts
    Sunday, April 3, 2011
    The confidentiality of information exchanged during alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes, such as arbitration and mediation, is recognized as one of the many reasons why parties choose to resolve a dispute using ADR rather than litigation. The common and increasing use of arbitration may give the parties a false sense of security, however, about...
  • Roundtable:Arbitration - Is It Still A Viable Alternative To Litigation?
    Monday, January 3, 2011
    Editor: Given your experience in the field, do you believe that arbitration is becoming too costly? Hinchey: In recent years, the business community has complained that arbitration of commercial disputes is becoming just as time-consuming and costly as litigation. In 2009-2010, two international surveys of corporate counsel in the United States and...
  • Mandatory Consumer Arbitration
    Wednesday, August 5, 2009
    The inclusion of mandatory arbitration clauses in an increasingly large number of consumer contracts has caught the attention of many academics and legislators. In the academic arena, consumer arbitration has been both deeply criticized and adamantly defended. Critics of consumer arbitration point out its many problems for consumers and society, such as...
  • Roundtable: ADR Programs - What To Look For When Selecting A Neutral And Measuring Results
    Friday, August 1, 2008
    Editor: What should corporate counsel look for when selecting a neutral? Dreier: Experience . The mediator should have a proven track record aiding parties to settle matters similar to yours. Also, inquire concerning any special expertise required for the subject matter in a particular case. Remember that an adversary's respect for the mediator can...
  • Patent Mediation On Your Horizon? Most Likely . . . And That's A Good Thing.
    Friday, August 1, 2008
    If you are involved in a patent case, the chances are that you will be required to participate in mediation before the case is finally concluded.And the odds that you just might settle the case through mediation are good.
  • Tuesday, August 1, 2006
    Editor: What factors help determine whether to use litigation or a form of ADR for resolving a dispute? Brown: The vast majority of private ADR (i.e., ADR not compelled by law) is initiated by pre-dispute ADR agreements rather than under post-dispute submissions. Post-dispute ADR agreements are rare because after the dispute has arisen, the parties are...
  • The Federal Circuit Bar Association Comes Of Age
    Saturday, July 1, 2006
    Editor: Mr. Casey, would you tell our readers something about your professional experience?
  • Tuesday, November 1, 2005
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