Jean Sternlight In The News

KATV: ABC 7
May 10, 2022
The rapid evolution and invention of new technology has changed how the world functions and is connected.
The National Desk
May 10, 2022
The rapid evolution and invention of new technology has changed how the world functions and is connected.
Bloomberg
October 28, 2021
The number of employment disputes resolved in arbitration climbed by roughly 66% between 2018 and 2020, according to new data, despite pressure from the #MeToo movement and efforts by Fortune 500 companies and lawmakers to curb agreements that keep claims out of court.
Cincinnati Enquirer
October 30, 2019
Court of public opinion may be best way to curb abuses, experts say
Bloomberg
October 28, 2019
California’s novel new law to limit the use of workplace arbitration agreements stands a chance to survive judicial review despite the headwinds against such restrictions, according to some legal scholars.
Mediate.com
September 13, 2019
Jean R. Sternlight, Michael and Sonja Saltman Professor of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas William S. Boyd School of Law, has published a journal article titled, “Pouring a Little Psychological Cold Water on ODR (Online Dispute Resolution),” Journal of Dispute Resolution, Forthcoming. In her scholarly work, Professor Sternlight looks at the potential good and bad aspects of online dispute resolution (“ODR”).
ABA Journal
August 27, 2019
If you attended Venable’s Washington, D.C., summer recruiting reception for law students in June or DLA Piper’s Boston associate recruiting event in March, someone may have handed you a flyer on the way in about the big firm’s mandate that staff and associates sign arbitration agreements as a condition of employment.
Buzzfeed News
August 9, 2019
Jane Doe, a hospice worker from California, was still undecided midway through an investor recruitment meeting in 2014 for a multilevel marketing company, ACN. But the promotional video she watched featuring Donald Trump — still in the midst of his run as star of The Celebrity Apprentice — won her over.