Journal of American Arbitration (JAA) - Vol. 1, No. 2
About the Executive Editor:
Thomas Carbonneau is the Samuel P. Orlando Distinguished Professor of Law at Penn State's Dickinson School of Law. Professor Carbonneau is commonly regarded as one of the world's leading experts on domestic and international arbitration. He is the editor-in-chief of two widely read and well-regarded professional publications, the World Arbitration And Mediation Review (US) and the Journal of American Arbititration , and serves on the editorial board of La Revue de L'Arbitrage. In addition, he is the author of fifteen highly acclaimed books and 80 scholarly and professional articles on arbitration. Professor Carbonneau is formerly the Moise S. Steeg Jr. Professor of International Law at Tulane University School of Law.
Editor in Chief
JEANETTE A. JAEGGI
Originally from Journal of American Arbitration (JAA)
The Journal of American Arbitration is published by the Tulane Arbitration Institute and the Center for Arbitration and Mediation at the Penn State Dickinson School of Law. The Journal provides information and commentary on developments in domestic U.S. arbitration law. Arbitration has expanded enormously in domestic practice during the last several years. The U.S. Supreme Court has made arbitration the remedy of choice in a wide variety of fields--from commercial matters to consumer disputes of all kinds to securities and employment. Legal professionals cannot ignore the radical changes in the role and function of arbitration. The Journal identifies fundamental developments and provides a thorough and useful practical commentary on them. It features contributions by distinguished practitioners and academic lawyers.
THE JOURNAL OF AMERICAN ARBITRATION
VOLUME 1 2002 NUMBER 2
CO-OPTING THE FEDERAL JUDICIARY: CONTRACTUAL EXPANSION OF JUDICIAL REVIEW OF ARBITRAL AWARDS ....... Victoria L.C. Holstein
"ARBITRABILITY" AND JUDICIAL REVIEW: A BRIEF REJOINDER ......................... Alan Scott Rau
CIRCUIT CITY STORES, INC. V. ADAMS: THE END OF THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD TO A NATIONAL POLICY FAVORING THE ARBITRATION OF EMPLOYMENT DISPUTES.............. Ronald M. Green, Evan J. Spelfogel, Barry Asen
IDEOLOGIES OF ARBITRATION .......... Jeanette Jaeggi
BOWEN V. AMOCO PIPELINE CO.: THE TENTH CIRCUIT HOLDS THAT PARTIES MAY NOT CONTRACTUALLY EXPAND FAA STANDARDS OF JUDICIAL REVIEW ............................. Amanda Spears
"CLEAR AND UNMISTAKABLE": THE THIRD CIRCUIT'S SPECIFICITY REQUIREMENT FOR CONTRACTUAL WAIVER OF THE FAA ....................... Heather White
C & L ENTERPRISES, INC. V. CITIZEN BAND POTAWATOMI INDIAN TRIBE OF OKLAHOMA: DO AGREEMENTS TO ARBITRATE CONTRACTUAL DISPUTES PIERCE THE VEIL OF AN INDIAN NATION'S SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY? ................... Javier F. Junco