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Bexar County by the Numbers – Updated Trends and Graphs, San Antonio Lawyer Magazine 5 (July-August 2018)
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The Critical Role of Dispute Resolution Skills in Legal Decision Making,
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Bexar County by the Numbers: Recent Bexar County District Court Statistics,
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Decisional Errors – On the Field, On the Bench, In Negotiations, Harvard Negotiation Law Review Online Edition (2009).
The Value of Economic Analysis in Preparing for Mediation,
63 Dispute Resolution Journal 49 (April 2008), reprinted in AAA Handbook on Mediation (2d 2010), Alternative Resolutions (2014).
The Psychology of Bad Economic Decisions,
7 JAMS Dispute Resolution Alert 1 (Fall 2007).
Deal or No Deal? Or Perhaps a Better Deal? The Impact of Improved Information,
25 Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation 177 (Dec. 2007).
How “Tomorrow’s Lawyers” are Using Technology Today to Improve Outcomes, 31 Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation 81 (June 2013), reprinted in Alternative Resolutions (2014).
Harnessing the Power of Information and Insight to Improve Strategic Decision Making and Choice, 16 Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal 193 (2016).
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SABA Pioneers Shape Development of Alternative Resolutions,
San Antonio Lawyer Magazine 10 (January-February 2017).
Litigators Needed to Advise Transaction Lawyers on Litigation Prenups,
56 The Texas Bar Advocate 36 (Fall 2011), reprinted in Alternative Resolutions (2013).
Loser Pays Rules May Exclude Mediation in Some Small Cases But Overall Impact Muted, 21 Alternative Resolutions 16 (Spring 2012) (with Mike Schless).
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Litigating Arbitration Slows as Mediation Becomes More Popular,
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Still Litigating Arbitration in the Fifth Circuit, But Less Often,
42 Texas Tech Law Review 551 (2010) (with Audrey Lynn Maness).
Litigating Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Fifth Circuit,
41 Texas Tech Law Review 739 (2009) (with Audrey Lynn Maness).
Trends in Litigating Arbitration: Using Motions to Compel Arbitration and Motions to Vacate Arbitration Awards, 76 Defense Counsel Journal 338 (2009).
Alternative Dispute Resolution,
40 Texas Tech Law Review 445 (2008) (with Audrey Lynn Maness).
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60 Baylor Law Review 613 (2008) (with Audrey Lynn Maness).
Chief Justice Rehnquist’s First Bout with Classroom Instruction,
58 Oklahoma Bar Journal 817 (1986) (with Pamela J. Minetto).
Off the Bench: While Senators Debated His Future, William Rehnquist Became a Laid-Back Professor in Malibu, Los Angeles Times Magazine, Nov. 2, 1986, at 8 (with Pamela J. Minetto).