“Privacy and Confidentiality,” in Singer (Ed) Arbitrating Commercial Disputes in the United Stated (PLI 2018)

Co-editor College of Commercial Arbitrators Guide to Best Practices in Commercial Arbitration (Juris 4th Ed. 2017)

Co-author, “Arbitrating Technology Cases: Considerations for Businesspeople and Advocates”, in Samaras (Ed) ADR Advocacy, Strategies, and Practices for Intellectual Property and Technology Cases(ABA 2017)

The Lack of Diversity in ADR—and the Current Beneath  by Laura A. Kaster and Theodore K. Cheng (The Bencher—March/April 2017)


The Revised Uniform Arbitration Act at 15 by Laura A. Kaster (ABA Dispute Resolution Magazine Winter 2016)

Moving Forward Enforcement of International Mediated and Conciliated Settlements by Laura A. Kaster (Corporate Disputes April-June 2016)

Will There Be a Vast Worldwide Expansion Of Mediation for International Disputes? Alternatives (2015)

Are we on the cusp of a Mediation Explosion? by Laura A. Kaster

Why Bringing Diversity to ADR is a Necessity by David H. Burt and Laura A. Kaster, reprinted by permission of ACC (ACC Docket Oct. 2013)

Improving Lawyer Judgment by Reducing the Impact of “Client-Think”, Dispute Resolution Journal (February – April 2012)

Confidentiality in US Arbitration, NY Dispute Resolution Lawyer (Spring 2012)

Confidentiality During and After Proceedings, Ch. 6, Arbitration of International Intellectual Property Disputes (T.D. Halket, Ed., Juris 2012)

Addressing Impasse by Helping the Parties Value the Case, Ch.5, Definitive Creative Impasse-Breaking Techniques in Mediation (Molly Klapper, Ed, NYSBA 2011)

The Boundaries of Arbitral Power – A Doctrine Revisited, Laura A. Kaster and Judith Archer, NY Dispute Resolution Lawyer (NYSBA 2011)

NJ Courts’ Presumptive Mediation Program, 207 New Jersey Law Journal 892 (March 26, 2012)

Cognitive Barriers to Valuing Your Case for Settlement or Mediation: Improving Your Risk Assessment, New Jersey Lawyer Magazine (April 2011)

Nudge — a Book Review, NY Dispute Resolution Lawyer (NYSBA 2009)

Did You Agree to Arbitrate?, NY Dispute Resolution Lawyer (NYSBA 2009)

Getting to Federal Court Under the Federal Arbitration Act: Vaden v. Discover Bank, 56 The Federal Lawyer (May 2009)

Unconscionability – Should we Revisit This Backdoor Challenge to Arbitration, NY Dispute Resolution Lawyer-(NYSBA 2008)

Ripple & Kaster (Co-Editors), Attorney’s Guide to the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals (ATS/CLE. 2012) (updated annually, author of chapters on standard of review and oral argument, Chapter 11 and Chapter 14)

Kaster, “Business Method Patents — Litigation Issues” (PLI 2002)

Festo and the Future, Legal Times 2002 Corporate Counsel Roundtable (March 18, 2002)

Solovy, Kaster, Leuin, “Sanctions Under Supreme Court Rule 137” in Suing and Defending Professionals in Illinois (Ill. Inst. For CLE, 1997)

Solovy, Kaster, Wittenberg, “Curbing Frivolity in the Courts: Updated Cure,” National L. J. May 2,1994 (key changes to new Rule 11)

Solovy, Kaster, Hirsch, Thompson, Sanctions in Federal Litigation (Butterworth 1991)

Note, “The Consequences of a Broad Arbitration Clause Under the Federal Arbitration Act,” 52 B.U.L. Rev. 571 (1972)

Solovy, Kaster , Hirsch, Heyde, “Sanctions Under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 11” (PLI 1994)

Rule 11: Framework For Debate, Solovy and Kaster 61 Miss. LJ. 1 (1991)

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