Federal Administrative Dispute Resolution Deskbook
This deskbook highlights the remarkable scope of ADR processes within the Federal government. It answers a host of questions about ADR; why it has emerged as an alternative to administrative litigation, where it is practiced, who engages in it, how it is carried out, and by what authority it is employed. The book will serve as a ready resource for practitioners, judges and academics, offering not only information but also practical techniques for the resolution of disputes involving the federal government. Moreover, it will set the stage for further progress in the art and science of ADR in the administrative setting.
American Bar Association
Dispute Resolution and Arbitration | Law
Breger, Marshall J.; Schatz, Gerald S.; and Laufer, Deborah Schick, "Federal Administrative Dispute Resolution Deskbook" (2001). Faculty Books. 49.