John B. Lewis, ’72, was recently published in the Kansas Law Review. His article, “Searching for Clarity Amid Confusion: An Examination of the Standards for Determining Waiver and Revival of the Right to Arbitrate,” discusses the diverse and sometimes conflicting standards for deciding whether the right to arbitrate has been waived through litigation and when that right might be revived.
Lewis is a Partner at Baker & Hostetler, LLP. He concentrates his practice on the resolution of complex employment, labor and regulatory disputes, including the defense and oversight of class action litigation.
His article, co-authored with Dustin M. Dow, appears in Volume 67, Issue 2, of the Kansas Law Review.