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|Saving The Summary Jury Trial: A Proposal to Halt The Flow of Litigation And End the Uncertainties||Ann E. Woodley||213|
|Summary Jury Trial: A Proposal From The Bench||Alexander B. Denson||303|
|Mandatory Arbitration And Title VI: Can Employees Ever See Their Rights Vindicated Through Statutory Causes of Action? Metz v. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith||Penelope Hopper||315|
|The Federal Arbitration Act and Sections 2's "Involving Commerce" Requirement: The Final Step Towards Complete Federal Preemption Over State Law and Policy Allied-Bruce Terminix v. Dobson||Isham R. Jones||327|
|Is Arbitration Final and Binding? Public Policy Says, "Not Necessarily!" Exxon Shipping Company v. Exxon Seamen's Union||Todd M. Siegel||351|
|We Can Settle This Here Or Downtown: Mediation Or Arrest for Domestic Violence Calls? Eagleston v. Guido||Dale T. Smith||369|
|Recent Developments: The Uniform Arbitration Act||383|