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Accelerated Civil Rights Settlements In The Shadow Of Section 1983, Katherine Macfarlane Jan 2018

Accelerated Civil Rights Settlements In The Shadow Of Section 1983, Katherine Macfarlane

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The families of Eric Garner, Laquan McDonald, Freddie Gray, and Walter Scott have obtained multimillion dollar settlements from the cities in which their family members lost their lives. This Article identifies and labels these settlements as a legal response unique to high-profile police-involved deaths: accelerated civil rights settlement. It defines accelerated civil rights settlement as a resolution strategy that uses the threat of 42 U.S.C. Section 1983 litigation rather than litigation itself to compensate police-involved shooting victims’ family members. This Article explains how accelerated civil rights settlement involves no complaint or case—nothing is filed. Also, the goal ...


Dreamers And Visionaries: The History Of Adr In Idaho, Maureen Laflin Jan 2009

Dreamers And Visionaries: The History Of Adr In Idaho, Maureen Laflin

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The Mediator As Fugu Chef: Preserving Protections Without Poisoning The Process, Maureen Laflin Jul 2008

The Mediator As Fugu Chef: Preserving Protections Without Poisoning The Process, Maureen Laflin

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Remarks On Case-Management Criminal Mediation, Maureen Laflin Jan 2004

Remarks On Case-Management Criminal Mediation, Maureen Laflin

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Water Dispute Resolution In The West: Process Elements For The Modern Era In Basin-Wide Problem Solving, Barbara Cosens Jan 2003

Water Dispute Resolution In The West: Process Elements For The Modern Era In Basin-Wide Problem Solving, Barbara Cosens

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Growing urban water demand, recent recognition of tribal water rights, and needs for critical aquatic habitat in the face of the archaic law governing water allocation are driving people in the western United States to seek alternative methods to resolve water allocation disputes. The current ad hoc and locally driven approach to negotiation of basin-wide water issues runs the risk of overlooking broader interests. Whereas water use is local and rives local economies, the continued viability of our water resources and the legacy we leave to future generations in water infrastructure, social stability, an environmental amenities is national in scope ...


Preserving The Integrity Of Mediation Through The Adoption Of Ethical Rules For Lawyer-Mediators, Maureen Laflin Jan 2000

Preserving The Integrity Of Mediation Through The Adoption Of Ethical Rules For Lawyer-Mediators, Maureen Laflin

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