Spring is just around the corner!  And with spring comes an outstanding conference that the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution will be presenting on April 10-13, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency in Minneapolis, Minnesota – see the conference flyer for a quick overview of the conference and a registration form.

The theme of the conference,

When Liz first told me that she was going to be our state’s new Solicitor General, I was overwhelmed, feeling a great wave of pure, abject panic.

Don’t get me wrong, Liz is going to be an outstanding Solicitor General, and Minnesota couldn’t be luckier to have her. In fact, I think hiring her for

As many of you know from LinkedIn or Twitter, I have accepted an exciting new position. I will be Minnesota’s Solicitor General starting next week.  Because I want to give my full attention to serving this great state, I need to step back from ArbitrationNation.

Thankfully, however, I have a wonderful replacement lined up.  My

The ABA Journal released its Web 100 awards recently, and I am happy to announce that ArbitrationNation is still in the Blawg Hall of Fame!  ArbitrationNation was inducted into the Hall of Fame last year, after multiple years on the Top 100 list, for being “consistently outstanding,” which is embarrassingly high praise.    There are

Lots of folks are writing about the long-term impact of SCOTUS’s recent decision in Epic Systems, but it is also important to note that there has been immediate, short-term impact.

For example, a lead plaintiff agreed to take her sex discrimination case against a law firm  to individual arbitration, abandoning her putative class action,

I am thrilled to announce that Arbitration Nation has been selected for the fourth year running to the ABA Journal’s Blawg 100 list.  Thank you to everyone who nominated this blog and to those who continue reading it, suggesting topics, and challenging my interpretations.

Happy Thanksgiving to you all!