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Curious data on dispute settlement over the past five years

"82 per cent of respondents [to the survey referenced below] indicated that their organisation's disputes are resolved by negotiated settlement. Five years ago this figure was 74 percent." The quote comes from The In-House Perspective, April 2011 at 13, which… … Continue reading

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The Curious Case of Nelson Obus

Nelson Obus's case has become one of the longest-running civil actions by the Securities and Exchange Commission in recent memory, but he refuses to settle. Read more detail on Recent Business Law Posts –

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Surpassingly Curious

(David Bernstein) Washington Times: White House officials said that sort of "surpassingly curious reading" called into question Judge Vinson's entire ruling. "There's something thoroughly odd and unconventional about the analysis," said a White House official who briefed reporters late Monday … Continue reading

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