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  • American Arbitration Association

    The American Arbitration Association provides up-to-the-minute information about mediation, arbitration and other forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). The AAA is available to resolve a wide range of disputes through mediation, arbitration, elections and other out-of-court settlement procedures. The Web site is a valuable resource for Focus Areas, Rules & Procedures, Education & Research, Federal & State Laws, a Roster of Arbitrators and Mediators, downloads, and helpful links. »
  • The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. (BNA)

    BNA is a leading publisher of print and electronic news and information, reporting on developments in health care, business, labor relations, law, economics, taxation, environmental protection, safety, and other public policy and regulatory issues. This Web site provides a complete searchable catalog of their library of electronic publications. »
  • Better Business Bureau

    The Better Business Bureau's online mission is to promote the highest ethical relationship between businesses and the public through voluntary self-regulations, consumer and business education, and service. Their Web site is a comprehensive directory of their services. The Dispute Resolution Division provides resolution services to large corporations and their customers, develops and promotes the BBB dispute-resolution programs, and offers specialized training in conciliation, mediation, arbitration, and related conflict-resolution techniques. »
  • Chemical Industry Home Page is published by the National Environmental Information Service, which is a nonprofit research and education institution. The organization seeks to develop the legal infrastructure necessary to facilitate the movement of goods, services and investment capital in the Western Hemisphere. This Web page is a search engine for chemical manufacturers, resources, services, equipment and software, academic institutes, and much more. »
  • Electronic Policy Network

    Electronic Policy Network (EPN) is an excellent source for scholarly or journalistic research. The EPN provides timely information and leading ideas about the policies and politics that shape our world. Inside this site, you will find up-to-the-minute information from the member organizations, the latest columns and editorials from policy shapers, and jobs, internship, and event postings from the policy community. »
  • The Food and Drug Law Institute

    The Food and Drug Law Institute is a nonprofit institute dedicated to advancing the public health by providing a neutral forum for critical examination of the laws, regulations, and policies related to drugs, medical devices, other healthcare technologies, and foods. Their Web site is a comprehensive guide to publications, resources, academic programs, conferences and events, and much more. »
  • National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade

    The NLCIAFT is a nonprofit research and educational institution, which seeks to develop the legal infrastructure necessary to facilitate the movement of goods, services and investment capital in the Western Hemisphere. The Center conducts comparative legal and transactional studies of the disparate laws, practices and attitudes among Western Hemisphere countries that participate in a free trade area. The Center's Web site features access to a database for International law, treaties, articles, and discussion forums. »
  • U.S. Chamber of Commerce

    The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is an association consisting of large companies, small businesses, and trade associations. The U.S. Chamber works for the American people, whether it is lobbying the Federal Government, fighting in the courts, or offering special member benefits and discounts. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is one of the world's largest not-for-profit business federations representing 3,000,000 businesses, 3,000 state and local chambers, 830 business associations and 87 American Chambers of Commerce abroad. »