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Colin Rule

Empathy

(10/26/18)Colin Rule

I travel all the time for my job--and part of the traveling experience is vulnerability.

Muhammed Rafeeque

Two Points: Detrimental to any Mediation Process

(10/26/18)Muhammed Rafeeque

The post is about TWO points which may go against the Mediation Process in India: (i) A constant persuasion of Mediator on either parties would have opposite effect.

F. Peter Phillips

Concerns on the New Singapore Convention

(10/13/18)F. Peter Phillips

The United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) has announced agreement on a “United Nations Agreement on International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation.”

Juhi Gupta

Mandatory Pre-institution Commercial Mediation in India

(9/24/18)Juhi Gupta

This article looks at mandatory pre-institution commercial mediation in India and asks is this a premature step in the right direction?

F. Peter Phillips

Mediation Summit in Changsha, China

(9/17/18)F. Peter Phillips

This historic Chinese summit discussed discussed implications of the Belt/Road Initiative, announced five years ago.

Eunice Chua

Feel The Earth Move – Shifts In The International Dispute Resolution Landscape

(8/24/18)Eunice Chua

Two common themes emerged from a recent panel discussion. First, the idea of a growing ecosystem; and, second, a changing culture.

Chris Poole

Exciting ADR Developments in China and Hong Kong

(7/02/18)Chris Poole

Navigating the United States’ approach to mediation can be tricky for international firms as there is no uniform approach.

Kenneth Cloke

Reflections on North and South Korea

(5/17/18)Kenneth Cloke

As I write these words, a meeting is being organized in Singapore between the US and North Korea, and it is worth reflecting for a moment on how it happened that the world suddenly changed.

Jan Sunoo

Make Mediation a Life Skill and a Core Value

(2/08/18)Jan Sunoo

Mediation is not neutral. The process itself is full of implicit principles and valuable life lessons.

F. Peter Phillips

Singapore: The Hub of International Commercial Dispute Resolution

(11/06/17)F. Peter Phillips

In addition to the usual high level of discourse and the unparalleled opportunity to meet new friends and keep the old, this particular Forum offered the additional opportunity to reassess the extraordinary richness of Singapore as a world center for international commerce and commercial dispute resolution.

Peter T. Coleman

World Peace: How Do We Keep Nations from Thermonuclear War?

(8/18/17)Peter T. Coleman, Morton Deutsch

This article describes ideas on peace and justice from the career of Morton Deutsch.

Peter Adler

Into the Mediator's Gray Zone

(8/14/17)Peter Adler

Like other mediators and arbitrators, I work in the gray zone of human affairs, the interstitial area between hard positions, contending oppositions, and powerfully different assertions about what is “the truth.”

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.

Peter Adler

Disputing at a Panchayat Meeting

(3/14/17)Peter Adler

When I was twenty-two years old, I did a two-year stint as a Peace Corps Volunteer. Here is a brief account of a dispute resolution meeting with a local governing council called the panchayat.

F. Peter Phillips

Keynote at Asian Mediation Conference

(10/28/16)F. Peter Phillips

What the West Can Learn from Chinese Mediation by Peter Phillips.

Arthad Kurlekar

“Perversion of Law” in Chinese Criminal Law – An Indiscriminate Legal Weapon Against Arbitrators

(9/12/15)Arthad Kurlekar

Article 399A included in the Criminal Law of People’s Republic of China, provides for criminal liability to arbitrators for “perversion of law” (Wangfa Zhongcai Zui). The provision has been a Part of the Criminal Law since 2006. However, on 24 June 2015, the Supreme People’s Court (‘SPC’) and the Supreme People’s Procuratorate (SPP) of China have undertaken the task of interpreting Article 399A (Further information about the process may be found here).

F. Peter Phillips

Colin J. Wall Memorial

(8/07/15)F. Peter Phillips

The death of Colin J. Wall on July 16, 2015, is a crushing blow to our profession and a personal loss to me.

Emmanuel Chua

A New Dawn for Mediation?

(1/02/15)Emmanuel Chua

The Singapore International Mediation Centre (“SIMC”) was officially launched on 5 November 2014. Set up following the recommendations of a Working Group chaired by Edwin Glasgow CBE QC and George Lim SC, the SIMC will supplement the array of international dispute resolution options available in Singapore.

Jody Sin

Occupy Central: Resolving the Current Impasse

(10/13/14)Jody Sin

Occupy Central (“OC”) has been promoted as a peaceful civil disobedience movement in Hong Kong where the leaders of OC mobilize masses of protestors to blockade Central District to fight for what they consider as genuine universal suffrage. These skirmishes are becoming increasingly violent, and it is time to find a non-violent end to this conflict.

Keith Seat

International Mediation Developments

(3/30/14)Keith Seat

This is another in a series of articles by Keith Seat, Mediate.com News Editor, regarding international mediation developments. Also be sure to see www.mediate.com/International.

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Mediate is Top Ranked Mediation Website

(2/04/14)Mediate.com

Mediate.com is ranked the top mediation and dispute resolution website by Alexa in its February 1, 2014 global website rankings. In business since 1996, Mediate.com has over 15,000 searchable mediation articles, blog posts, news items and videos. Mediate.com also hosts the most used mediator directory and offers mobile friendly website development, professional promotional services and cloud-based case management systems.

Shaun Lee

Subpoena of Third Party’s Documents in Aid of Arbitration

(10/04/13)Shaun Lee

This is a good and interesting example of how the Singapore courts can and will exercise its powers in aid of an arbitration. It is a good example of the importance of the courts assisting the process of arbitration while minimising curial intervention.

Sabine Walsh

Mediation in Cases of International Family Conflict and Child Abduction

(7/08/13)Sabine Walsh

The School of Law, National University of Ireland, Galway hosted in association the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, NUIG and the Irish Centre for International Family Mediation a Conference on Mediation in Cases of International Family Conflict and Child Abduction on a typically damp Saturday in May in the West of Ireland.

Larry Susskind

Learning from Malaysia, Learning In Malaysia

(6/24/13)Larry Susskind

I am pleased to be part of the five year Sustainable Cities Partnership that MIT just initiated with the Universiti of Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), Malaysia' #1 Engineering and Science School. More about the Partnership below.

Online Dispute Resolution in Asia

(5/01/13)Zhao Yun, Timothy Sze, Chittu Nagarajan, Tommy Li

This chapter shall be divided into three parts; each part shall be devoted to assess the status quo of ODR in one of the three distinguished states, China, India and Japan, which have three of the highest Internet and mobile phone usage rates in the world.

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