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Dan Simon

Litigation–Style Mediation Has Got to Go

(4/21/17)Dan Simon

It’s entirely understandable that retired judges and experienced litigators would want to work as mediators.

Art Hinshaw

Aragaki - The Dao of Friendly Skies

(4/21/17)Art Hinshaw

In the past week the Internet went ablaze with news reports of United Airlines passenger Dr. David Dao’s merciless ejection from a Louisville-bound flight.

Sabine Walsh

Should Mediation Be Free?

(4/07/17)Sabine Walsh

It’s a no brainer, right? Shouldn’t it?

Vicki Shemin

Divorce Lawyers: 5 Little Known Things You Need To Know

(4/03/17)Vicki Shemin

There is an inescapable fact: the relationship between a divorce attorney and a client is, at best, a business relationship.

Nadja Alexander

Towards a Harmonised Approach to Mediation Legislation in Asia?

(3/17/17)Nadja Alexander

In the past few years Singapore has been busy revising, refining and extending its dispute resolution offerings in cross-border litigation, arbitration and mediation.

Mervyn Malamed

Mediation: What is it Really About?

(3/10/17)Mervyn Malamed

Mediation is successful more than 75% of the time, minimising costs in terms of time delays, frustration, and emotional impact on parties and their families.

Susan Yates

Reflecting on RSI Focus Groups in Washington, DC

(3/03/17)Susan Yates

My mediation skills, honed over many years, make it easy to shift into the role of focus group facilitator.

Wayne Brazil

The Merits of Early Neutral Evaluation

(3/03/17)Wayne Brazil

I am a professional mediator – and a passionate devotee of its virtues. Mediation, however, can take many forms, depending on the individual needs of a particular dispute or its parties.

Carrie Schultz

Divorce Mediation In New Jersey

(3/03/17)Carrie Schultz

This article is about the divorce mediation process, including specific recommendations for New Jersey.

Jason Dykstra

The Best Kept Secret of Successful Leaders

(2/24/17)Jason Dykstra

The moment Erin walked through the doors of her workplace, she made a beeline towards her office. She greeted a few people, even exchanged a few “how’s it going?” pleasantries.

Beth Graham

Revised ICC International Court of Arbitration Rules Become Effective March 1st

(2/10/17)Beth Graham

On March 1st, the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce’s (“ICC”) newly revised rules designed to enhance efficiency and transparency will become effective.

Eric Slepak

Takeaways from a Child Protection Mediator Training

(2/10/17)Eric Slepak

Child protection cases involve a child who has been removed from their home following a substantiated claim of abuse or neglect.

Supreme Court Approves Drafting Role for Lawyer Mediators

(2/10/17)Michael Dwyer, Susan Hansen

This article discusses the new Wisconsin Rule Petition 16-04 that expanded the role of lawyer mediators in family law cases.

Phyllis Pollack

Just About at the End!

(2/07/17)Phyllis Pollack

While the exception to mediation confidentiality has a long way to go before it becomes law in California, I sense that the initial work of the CLRC is just about concluded.

Jan Frankel Schau

Bully Mediation

(2/03/17)Jan Frankel Schau

It is my observation that the bully approach is not effective in mediation, although it may be in court.

Larry Susskind

Socially Responsible Real Estate Development

(2/03/17)Larry Susskind

Direct engagement with a wide range of stakeholders, using the tools of Environmental and Social Impact Assessment, is required.

Beth Graham

Hawaii Bill Would Require Mediation Prior to Sale of Kuleana Land

(2/03/17)Beth Graham

A member of the Hawaii State House of Representatives has reportedly introduced a bill that would require mediation for certain real estate transactions occurring in the state.

F. Peter Phillips

Supremes Grant Cert on NLRB Challenge to Class Waiver

(1/20/17)F. Peter Phillips

As has been widely reported, the Supreme Court has granted certiorari to review three conflicting decisions among the circuits on the enforceability of an employer’s unilaterally promulgated waiver of employees’ right to participate in collective redress.

Sabine Walsh

New Year’s Resolutions for Mediators

(1/06/17)Sabine Walsh

This year, I think I have seen more articles on why and how NOT to make New Year’s Resolutions than making them.

Stephen McDonough

Family Business Mediation: Solving Legal Issues Without Going to Court

(1/03/17)Stephen McDonough

Mediation is often considered an excellent means of conflict resolution for personal or family disputes, but the benefits of mediation extend to more than just familial problems.

Lorraine Segal

The Truth about Pirate Jenny –why revenge doesn’t solve workplace resentments

(12/23/16)Lorraine Segal

This article discusses why revenge doesn’t solve workplace resentments.

Phyllis Pollack

Exception to Mediation Confidentiality: Moving Forward

(12/09/16)Phyllis Pollack

On December 1, 2016, The California Law Revision Commission (“CLRC”) met once again to discuss its Study K-402-Relationship Between Mediation Confidentiality and Attorney Malpractice and Other Misconduct.

Geoff Sharp

A New Seat at the Mediation Table? The Impact of Third-Party Funding on the Mediation Process

(12/09/16)Geoff Sharp

Third party funding (TPF) of claims has been around for quite some time. Historically however, some jurisdictions have prohibited a stranger to a lawsuit financing the claim of another in return for a share of the spoils.

Ian MacDuff

Lost for Words

(11/04/16)Ian MacDuff

A few recent observations prompt this blog about language and the world of words that we work with in mediation.

Maria Simpson

Cross Disciplinary Approach to Conflict Resolution

(10/28/16)Maria Simpson

Not only can the skills of mediation be applied to many different situations, but mediation can be influenced by other areas of study as well.

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