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Effective Negotiation – Be Prepared

Effective Negotiation - Be Prepared
The lesson of rigorous preparation has been taught throughout history. In the 5th Century BC, Sun Tzu, in The Art of War, denounced lack of preparation as the most heinous ... Read More
GPC

The Florence Experience: A Culture Of Mediation

The Florence Experience: A Culture Of Mediation
It is not easy to summarise the story of mediation in Italy, but I would like to draw our attention to what, in my view, was a historically fundamental factor ... Read More
GPC

Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon On Mediation And The Rule Of Law

Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon On Mediation And The Rule Of Law
An analysis of why mediation should be considered as part of the rule of law was given by the Honourable Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon, Supreme Court of Singapore, to the ... Read More
GPC

Negotiation In The Trump Era

Negotiation In The Trump Era
The recent inauguration of US President Donald Trump brings a new era of uncertainty to the international community, as many countries re-evaluate their relationships with the United States. The role ... Read More
GPC, Opinion

GPC Voting Trends: Strong Preferences For Prevention And Non-adjudicative Processes

GPC Voting Trends: Strong Preferences For Prevention And Non-adjudicative Processes
The publication of two recent Summaries of GPC voting patterns through the end of 2016 gives us the data to venture some preliminary observations about trends for the future of ... Read More
GPC, News

Matching Arbitrators To Party Expectations

Matching Arbitrators To Party Expectations
Reacting to a discussion at Vienna Arbitration Days 2016, Lucy Greenwood, Michael McIlwrath and I published an article ‘Puppies or Kittens – How To Better Match Arbitrators to Party Expectations’ ... Read More
GPC, News

The Geneva GPC – Does The Future Lie In Mediation?

The Geneva GPC – Does The Future Lie In Mediation?
On 29 September 2016, various stakeholders from the judicial and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) community – arbitrators, mediators and judges, in-house counsel, external lawyers, policy-makers as well as representatives of ... Read More
GPC, News

Are hostile mediators more effective?

Are hostile mediators more effective?
New research by Francesca Gino and Ting Zhang of Columbia Business School, along with Mike Norton of Harvard Business School, suggests that the most effective mediation style might be being partial against both parties. The ... Read More

Counting Mediators: Key Trends In International Mediation

Counting Mediators: Key Trends In International Mediation
The International Mediation Institute (IMI) published the results of their 2016 International Mediation & ADR Survey this week. The survey focused on collecting census data, as well as views on ... Read More
GPC, News

The Mediation Process: When And Why It Is Used

The Mediation Process: When And Why It Is Used
Mediation can be successfully deployed at any point in the timeline of a dispute – either before proceedings are issued, afterwards, up to, and even during trial. It is, after all, a ... Read More

Ask An Expert: John Sturrock QC

Ask An Expert: John Sturrock QC
John Sturrock QC discusses life as a mediator, the importance of an effective cross-cultural dialogue and key challenges facing mediation today. Tell us a bit about yourself. I am a ... Read More
Ask An Expert, GPC

Secrets of a Global Super Court – A Second Look

Secrets of a Global Super Court - A Second Look
Regardless if you see it as being catastrophic or simply weird, for many and varied reasons, 2016 looks set to be a most memorable year. For arbitration lawyers, it could ... Read More
GPC, Opinion
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