Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation

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Alternatives Honored Twice in this Year's Azbee Awards

Jossey-Bass/Wiley is pleased to announce that Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation has been awarded two 2012 Azbee Awards from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE).

Alternatives took home the bronze award in the category of Custom Publication General Excellence: Newsletter. It also took home the gold award in the category of New Analysis/Investigative for “This is their wake-up call: ninth circuit trashes the veterans’ administration claim processes” by Alternatives Editor Russ Bleemer and Peter Siemons which appeared in Volume 29, Number 7. ASPBE’s annual Azbee Awards of Excellence recognize outstanding work by magazines, newsletters, and digital media. This year there were 1,500 entries and 496 winners of Gold, Silver, and Bronze awards across all categories.

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Alternatives Honored at 2014 APEX Awards for Publishing Excellence

Award-Winning Article

Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation has been recognized by industry peers with an APEX 2014 Award of Excellence in the category of News Writing.

APEX 2014 AwardThe winning submission, "Destroying the Arbitration: Sixth Circuit Overturns an Award in the Midst of a Process Mess" is featured in Volume 31 Issue 5 and is available to read in full online.

The APEX Awards for Publication Excellence is an annual competition for publishers, editors, writers and designers who create print, Web, electronic and social media. Communications Concepts, Inc. sponsors the APEX Awards, and advises professionals who write, edit and manage business communications, on best strategies and practices. Concepts publishes business communication reports, including Writer's Web Watch, an e-report for professional communicators, and special reports on topics such as corporate writing and Web publishing.


In the Twenty-sixth Annual APEX Awards, 2,075 entries were evaluated and awards were given in 122 individual categories, within 11 main categories including: newsletters; magazines, journals and tabloids; annual reports; print media; electronic media; social media; websites; campaigns, programs and plans; writing; design and illustration; and one-of-a-kind publications.

According to the APEX 2014 judges, “The awards were based on excellence in graphic design, editorial content and the success of the entry in achieving overall communications effectiveness and excellence.”

Winner of the 2013 APEX Award of Excellence in Newsletters

Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation was recognized by industry peers with an APEX 2013 Award of Excellence in the category of News Writing.

APEX 2013 Award

The winning submission, "Where Mediation Hurts Clients: How ADR is Shielding Legal Malpractice", is featured in Volume 30 Issue 10 and is available to read in full online.

The APEX Awards for Publication Excellence is an annual competition for publishers, editors, writers and designers who create print, Web, electronic and social media. Communications Concepts, Inc. sponsors the APEX Awards, and advises professionals who write, edit and manage business communications, on best strategies and practices. Concepts publishes business communication reports, including Writer's Web Watch, an e-report for professional communicators, and special reports on topics such as corporate writing and Web publishing.

In the Twenty-fifth Annual APEX Awards, awards were given in 138 individual categories, within 12 main categories including: newsletters; magazines and journals; magapapers and newspapers; annual reports; brochures, manuals and reports; electronic media; social media; websites; campaigns, programs and plans; writing; design and illustration; and one-of-a-kind publications.

According to the APEX judges, “The awards were based on excellence in graphic design, editorial content and the success of the entry in achieving overall communications effectiveness and excellence.”

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