This article studies existing mediation programs in the context of Lanham Act cases. The research design is based on the author's experiences in mediation practice. The resulting article is an interesting, valuable study of the effectiveness of court-sponsored mediation programs. Raw data is mixed with explanatory analysis to provide the reader with a real sense of what exactly was studied, and what exactly was determined through that study. The appendices provide examples of the surveys used and some useful charts and graphs that more completely explain some of the results.
Northern Illinois University Law Review
Shack, Jennifer and Yates, Susan M.
"Mediating Lanham Act Cases: The Role of Empirical Evaluation,"
Northern Illinois University Law Review: Vol. 22:
2, Article 2.
Jennifer Shack and Susan M. Yates, Mediating Lanham Act Cases: The Role of Empirical Evaluation, 22 N. Ill. U. L. Rev. 287 (2002).