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ARBITRATION AND PROTECTION OF THE CHILD - Dispute Resolution Journal - Vol. 21, No. 4
Helen M. Buttenwieser
Henry H. Foster, Jr.
Lawrence S. Kubie
Samuel A. Reinach
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Dispute Resolution Journal
Does the jurisdiction of our trial courts over custody of
children leave room for arbitration of marital separation
disputes? Members of the Association of the Bar of the City of
New York and a psychiatrist discuss family law and the uses
of private agreements to resolve conflicts between parents.
CHAIRMAN SAMUEL A. REINACH: The purpose of this
Roundtable Discussion is to consider the arbitrability of custody, support
and visitation disputes ensuing from separation agreements where
an arbitration clause is included.
As members of the panel we have four distinguished guests—
Helen L. Buttenwieser, a partner in Brennan, London & Buttenwieser;
Henry H. Foster, Jr., a Professor of Law at New York University,
specializing in family law;
Dr. Lawrence S. Kubie, of Maryland, a neurologist, psychiatrist,
and psychoanalyst. He was formerly Director of Training at Shephard
& Enoch Pratt Hospital. He has lectured extensively and has written
many articles on the care of children of divorced parents;
Norman Moloshok, a partner in Delson & Gordon.
I am Samuel A. Reinach, a partner in Reinach & Lehrer, and
Chairman of the Committee on Arbitration of the Association of the
Bar of the City of New York, under whose auspices this discussion