• Business Dispute Resolution Experienced. Trusted. Proven.

    F. Peter Phillips is a commercial arbitrator and mediator with substantial experience providing consultation on the management of business disputes to companies around the globe.

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  • Business Dispute Resolution Experienced. Trusted. Proven.

    F. Peter Phillips is a commercial arbitrator and mediator with substantial experience providing consultation on the management of business disputes to companies around the globe.

    MORE

  • Business Dispute Resolution Experienced. Trusted. Proven.

    F. Peter Phillips is a commercial arbitrator and mediator with substantial experience providing consultation on the management of business disputes to companies around the globe.

    MORE

  • Business Dispute Resolution Experienced. Trusted. Proven.

    F. Peter Phillips is a commercial arbitrator and mediator with substantial experience providing consultation on the management of business disputes to companies around the globe.

    MORE

  • Business Dispute Resolution Experienced. Trusted. Proven.

    F. Peter Phillips is a commercial arbitrator and mediator with substantial experience providing consultation on the management of business disputes to companies around the globe.

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Recent Blog Posts
  • ADR and Diversity

    F. Peter Phillips on January 14, 2018

    TOPICS: Arbitration, Conflict Resolution, Courts, Mediation, United States

    Last year, New York Law School and the ABA Business Law Section convened all three of the CEOs of the national ADR organizations, plus other leaders, to address persistent issues of lack of diversity in the mediation and arbitration profession.  This year, on the afternoon of January 17, 2018, the...

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  • Arbitration of Criminal Plea Bargains? A Step Too Far Says Ninth Circuit

    F. Peter Phillips on December 28, 2017

    TOPICS: Arbitration, Courts, United States

    Thanks to Loyola Prof. Imre Szalai for bringing to our attention the interesting Ninth Circuit decision in Breazeale v. Victim Services, Inc., holding that disputes between a putative criminal defendant and a private company contracted by a prosecutor pursuant to a criminal diversion process are not subject to arbitration. Victim Services...

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  • Metrics on Arbitration Efficiency

    F. Peter Phillips on December 7, 2017

    TOPICS: Arbitration, Conflict Resolution, Courts, United States

    The current issue of New York Dispute Resolution Lawyer -- really a very good publication of the New York State Bar Association's Dispute Resolution Section -- includes a brief article by Roy Weinstein of the economic research and consulting firm Micronomics.  The article summarizes certain findings of a study comparing...

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