Don Philbin Relisted in International Who's Who of Commercial Mediation, Texas Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers in America

The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Attorney-Mediator Don Philbin was installed as chair of the State Bar of Texas ADR Section at its Annual...
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Who's Who Legal - Commercial Mediation - Texas (7)

Who's Who Legal
We recognise 298 of the world’s leading commercial mediators, and each should be considered to be among...
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An Incomplete Inventory of NewLaw

Jordan Furlong, Law21
So I was asked to give a presentation about “NewLaw.” No problem at all — aside from the minor,...
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Visual Law Featured in New ABA Journal Cover Article

Robert C. Richards, Jr., Legal Informatics Blog
Visualization of legal information is the focus of Bob Ambrogi’s cover article in the new issue of ABA...
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Visual Law Services Are Worth a Thousand Words—And Big Money

Bob Ambrogi, ABA Journal
To eliminate the guesswork from settlement negotiations, San Antonio, Texas, mediator Don Philbin developed Picture...
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The Ninth Circuit, and California courts in particular, have been very strict in maintaining the confidentiality and inadmissibility...

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NHL Adds Arbitration Clause, Class Action Waiver and One-Year Limitations
Jill Gross, ADR Prof Blog
Little did I know that I was on NHL.com’s email list. I guess having a son wild about all things hockey must have had something...

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