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Giuseppe Leone

4 Things You Definitely Need to Become an Accomplished Online Mediator

(5/18/20)Giuseppe Leone

The success of online mediation depends 95% on your mediation experience and skills.

John Lande

The Next New Normal in Law, Dispute Resolution, and Legal Education

(4/17/20)John Lande

A recent post anticipates that as we go through the current crisis, we will develop a “crisis new normal” and, after we recover from the crisis, a “normal new normal” (NNN).

Kathleen Kauth

It's Time to Talk....

(4/17/20)Kathleen Kauth

Talking about end of life wishes is never fun, and seldom easy.

Arran Heal

Cope with Conflict During COVID-19

(3/20/20)Arran Heal

Workplace conflict can’t be, ignored, cancelled or put on hold. And there are suddenly all kinds of reasons for employees to feel pushed to their limit.

Alex Derr

Four Reasons to Try Divorce Mediation

(3/13/20)Alex Derr

When we think about getting a divorce, most people immediately start looking for an attorney to represent them.

Yvette Durazo

March, A Month to Celebrate California Mediation Week

(3/13/20)Yvette Durazo

In 2009 the California Judicial Council adopted a standing resolution recognizing the third week of March as Mediation Week (Proclamation).

John Lande

The Law Can Be Dangerous to Lawyers' Mental Health

(2/21/20)John Lande

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. The law can be a very dangerous thing.

Lorraine Segal

Break & Repair vs. Preventive Maintenance in Workplace Conflict

(2/21/20)Lorraine Segal

Are you waiting until relationships are broken to deal with workplace conflict? Tip: this is not the most effective way to deal with disagreements and problems!

John Lande

Here’s Your Theory-of-Change Book

(2/07/20)John Lande

Your wait for the Theory-of-Change book is over.

F. Peter Phillips

“Abusing the Mediation Process”

(1/24/20)F. Peter Phillips

Two experts in the Milan UIA Mediation Forum addressed “Abuse in the Mediation Process.”

Ranse Howell

The Business of Disputes in Sports: A Chinese Perspective

(12/12/19)Ranse Howell

As part of a broader commitment to expand JAMS’ global footprint, the JAMS International Operations group recently organized an event in Beijing, China.

Joy Rosenthal

What to Do After You Get Your Divorce Judgment

(11/29/19)Joy Rosenthal

When we submit your divorce papers to the court in order to obtain a Judgment of Divorce (JOD), the terms of the Settlement Agreement become the law.

Kayla Matthews

Pursuing a Mediation Career Without a Law Degree

(11/29/19)Kayla Matthews

A career in mediation can be a reasonably lucrative choice that delivers challenges and rewards for those who are suited.

Jamie Costello

Mediation vs. Arbitration vs. Litigation: The differences you need to know about in business

(11/15/19)Jamie Costello

As a business owner, it’s extremely important to familiarize yourself with dispute resolution and the processes you need to take depending on the severity of a case.

Maria Simpson

Suggestions for Team Leaders

(11/04/19)Maria Simpson

Whether you’ve just received your first team leadership assignment or have been doing this for a while, it can be helpful to remind yourself – or become aware of – some guidelines for team leaders that can make your job easier.

Ninth Circuit, Overturning an Award, Backs More Arbitrator Disclosure

(11/04/19)Daniel Bornstein

The Ninth U.S. Court of Appeals ruled this week that arbitrators are required to disclose their ownership interests in the organizations they are affiliated with and the organizations’ business dealings with the arbitration parties.

Nicole Wilmet

California’s Yolo Superior Court Launches New Online Dispute Resolution Program

(10/25/19)Nicole Wilmet

California’s Yolo County Superior Court has launched a new online dispute resolution (ODR) program to resolve debt and money due cases.

Jen Reynolds

Mandatory Minimums and Plea Bargaining

(10/11/19)Jen Reynolds

Is one of the problems with mandatory minimums is that they make police misconduct more difficult to manage?

Amy Robertson

It Ain’t My Fault: How Best to Manage Workplace Conflict

(10/10/19)Amy Robertson

Workplace conflicts sometimes make me think of a song by the country-music duo Brothers Osborne called “It Ain’t My Fault.”

Phyllis Pollack

The Good and Bad of Anger in Negotiation!

(10/04/19)Phyllis Pollack

I wonder whether the use of anger in negotiations is helpful or harmful.

Mark Kantor

US Appeals Court in “Manifest Disregard” Claim Instructs Arbitrator to Clarify “Irreconcilable Determinations”

(9/20/19)Mark Kantor

I draw to your attention an interesting recent approach from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit towards an argument that an arbitration award should be set aside for manifest disregard of the law.

Beth Graham

Pouring a Little Psychological Cold Water on ODR

(9/12/19)Beth Graham

In her scholarly work, Professor Sternlight looks at the potential good and bad aspects of online dispute resolution (“ODR”).

Colin Rule

Online Mediation in Dubai

(9/07/19)Colin Rule

The importance of mediation lies in the fact that it is a confidential process and comes at a low cost as compared to litigation. It focuses on the interests of both parties and is a much less aggressive process than litigation/arbitration thus offering a win-win situation for all parties involved.

Jennifer Shack

Do Parties Trust Mediators When They’re Not in the Same Room?

(9/06/19)Jennifer Shack

Trust in an experienced mediator is the same whether a mediation participant interacts with that mediator via video or face-to-face, according to recent research.

Beth Graham

Bargaining in the (Murky) Shadow of Arbitration

(8/30/19)Beth Graham

In her journal article, Associate Dean Gross discusses some concerns related to using arbitration in commercial disputes.

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