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William S. Boyd School of Law, Room 102

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25-2-2012 12:45 PM

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25-2-2012 2:50 PM

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Moderator: Lisa Blomgren Bingham

David Lipsky & Ariel Avgar: The Emergence of Electronic Voice in the Workplace: The Effect of Electronic Medical Records on Communication & Conflict in Nursing Homes

Kristen Blankley: Adding by Subtracting? How Limited Scope Agreements for Dispute Resolution Representation Can Increase Access to Attorney Services

Elayne Greenberg: Overcoming Our Workforce Disability: Giving Voice in Mediation

Mariana Hernandez Crespo: Beyond Assimilation: Dispute System Design as a Framework for Cultural Integration & Global Innovation

Abhi Gupta: The Repeat Player Effect in Employment Arbitration: The Experience in the Securities Industry, 1988-2008 (with co-authors David Lipsky and Ryan Lamare)

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Feb 25th, 12:45 PM Feb 25th, 2:50 PM

Panel 6: Designs for Voice at the Workplace

William S. Boyd School of Law, Room 102

Moderator: Lisa Blomgren Bingham

David Lipsky & Ariel Avgar: The Emergence of Electronic Voice in the Workplace: The Effect of Electronic Medical Records on Communication & Conflict in Nursing Homes

Kristen Blankley: Adding by Subtracting? How Limited Scope Agreements for Dispute Resolution Representation Can Increase Access to Attorney Services

Elayne Greenberg: Overcoming Our Workforce Disability: Giving Voice in Mediation

Mariana Hernandez Crespo: Beyond Assimilation: Dispute System Design as a Framework for Cultural Integration & Global Innovation

Abhi Gupta: The Repeat Player Effect in Employment Arbitration: The Experience in the Securities Industry, 1988-2008 (with co-authors David Lipsky and Ryan Lamare)