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Cinnie Noble

Finding a Remedy When in Conflict

(4/10/21)Cinnie Noble

“Don’t find fault. Find a remedy.” (Henry Ford) While Henry Ford’s quote might well apply to making cars and running a business, it also has application to our interpersonal disputes when one of the common things many of us do is find fault with the other person.

Phyllis Pollack

Trust and Rapport - ODR Style!

(4/10/21)Phyllis Pollack

One of the most important things a mediator must do- if not the most important- is to build trust and rapport with the parties. In pre-Covid days, this was a bit easier; the mediator could sit face to face with each party and schmooze.

Temitope Akande

Mediation Confidentiality: Misconceptions, Pitfalls, and Best Practices

(4/10/21)Temitope Akande

CPR’s Mediation Committee presented Los Angeles mediator Jeff Kichaven on the limits of mediation confidentiality at a March 16 online program that provided attendees with cutting-edge and occasionally controversial practice guidance on confidentiality, and avoiding neutrals’ liability disclaimers, as well as ethics continuing legal education credits.

Reflection as a Manifestation of Recognition Beyond Relational Weakness and Self-Absorption

(4/10/21)Robin Brzobohatý, Tereza Hanajová

While debriefing immediately after a co-mediation, an interesting question arose: “Does a reflection always have the same function regardless of the context?”

Paul Rajkowski

Shovel 3: The Big One

(4/09/21)Paul Rajkowski

In getting ready to continue digging up the return of Traditional Mediation, I read Rachel Gupta’s article on this site and I am grateful to her for writing it.

Carrie Gour

Using Text Messages and Emails in Mediation, Family, or Divorce Court

(4/09/21)Carrie Gour

A guide on best practices related to the collection and use mobile evidence and the software options available best suited to assist.

Kenneth Cloke

20 Ways to Improve UNFCCC Meetings and Climate Change Negotiations

(4/02/21)Kenneth Cloke

In preparation for the next international meeting on climate change in Glasgow in November 2021, it is important to begin thinking together, not only about outcomes, but ways of improving the process of meeting, discussing, and negotiating agreements on climate change.

Caryn Cridland

The 5 Benefits of Executive Conflict For Your Business

(4/02/21)Caryn Cridland

Executive conflict provides an opportunity for leaders to pause, reflect, and grow exponentially.

The Relevance of Mediation in the Modern Workplace

(4/02/21)Thomas Todd

Disagreements are a part of human nature. As long as people exhibit diverse traits stemming from different experiences, their opinions will differ.

Andrea Schneider

ADR & Activism Through Art - Maya Angelou and Frida Kahlo

(4/01/21)Andrea Schneider

This article focuses on creativity and negotiation role models.

Lorraine Segal

The Power of Gratitude

(4/01/21)Lorraine Segal

Why do you think so many people do not feel gratitude? How would you articulate why a simple emotion can be so elusive?

[PODCAST] ADR can be a “Win-Win” Solution for In-House Counsel

(4/01/21)Laura Abrahamson

In this podcast, Laura highlights how a well-crafted clause can be essential for an organization in achieving fair, resource-efficient outcomes, especially as courts continue to face backlogs.

Elle Rave

The Muddy Time

(4/01/21)Elle Rave

Some of us call it the muddy time. It’s the time in between the decision to divorce and when the actual divorce is made final.

Milan Slama

Questions and Questioning within the Conversational Framework

(3/26/21)Milan Slama

Mediators mostly focus on differences between open-ended and pointed questions, Yet, there is much more to questioning and question-asking than that.

Consumer Protection BC

The Singapore Convention on Mediation - Where’s Europe?

(3/26/21)Consumer Protection BC, Henneke Brink

International commercial mediation - what a settlement agreement can do.

Dakota Murphey

Confidentiality and Protecting Client Data in an Online Environment

(3/26/21)Dakota Murphey

Protecting client confidentiality is critical, not only to protect your business’ reputation but also to adhere to strict legislation around safeguarding data.

Amanda Singer

How to Manage In-Laws Post Divorce

(3/25/21)Amanda Singer

When I got married, I found that one of the strangest transitions wasn’t to being newlyweds or calling him my husband but was more related to my new in-laws. I think that often in-laws, especially mothers-in-law, have gotten a bad rap in popular culture.

Marian Grande

Helping Kids Adjust to Life When Parents Go Through Divorce

(3/25/21)Marian Grande

If you are going through a divorce, one of the most significant concerns you may have is the effect it has on your children. 

Katie Tejada

How Mediation Can Make Divorce Easier on Your Family

(3/25/21)Katie Tejada

Getting divorced can take just as big of a toll on the kids as it does the adults involved. Fortunately, divorcing parents can help to mitigate the negative impacts of divorce on the entire family in a few key ways, namely with mediation. Learn how mediation can work for your family here.

Cinnie Noble

Don't Look Where You Fall

(3/19/21)Cinnie Noble

“I’ve learned so much from my mistakes. I’m thinking about making a few more.”

Daniel Dana

Peace is Possible

(3/19/21)Daniel Dana

This is a haiku supporting the workers in Hungary as they work toward establishing peace.

Andrea Schneider

Be Open like Oprah and Candid like Chrissy

(3/19/21)Andrea Schneider

This article discusses the framing piece of how you talk and what makes people want to listen.

Phyllis Pollack

One Year Later: Zoom Fatigue

(3/19/21)Phyllis Pollack

Almost one year ago, life for most of us changed irrevocably: we went from commuting to and from our offices and fighting traffic to commuting between our bedrooms and “home” offices and fighting over internet access.

Martin Rosenfeld

ADR Principles and Clergy-Congregation Relations

(3/19/21)Martin Rosenfeld

It is likely that a large majority of clergy who serve congregations are hired, re-hired or terminated by the vote of the individual congregation.

Frank Burke

Temporary or Partial Impracticability and Frustration of Purpose and Pandemic Affected Contracts and Leases

(3/19/21)Frank Burke

When the circumstances giving rise to the impracticality or frustration cease to exist, then Section 269 affords a party a reasonable time to resume performance.

David Ross

Annoy the Mediator at Your Own Risk: Negotiation Tactics and Missteps to Avoid, Part 2

(3/19/21)David Ross

In this post, I explore more aggravating, and avoidable, behaviors that may upset or undermine the mediator and the mediation process.

Rachel Gupta

Practical Tips for Presumptive ADR Participants: Five Do's and Don'ts for Pre-Mediation Statements

(3/19/21)Rachel Gupta

In light of backlogs resulting from closures due to COVID-19, many courts are turning to presumptive ADR programs.

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