Category: Collab Practice

What is Integrative Law?  The Emergence of a New Legal System author.

What is Integrative Law? The Emergence of a New Legal System

What is Integrative Law? The Emergence of a New Legal System Recently, there has been a lot of attention on...

By J. Kim Wright
Overcoming Reluctance to Engage in Mediation author.

Overcoming Reluctance to Engage in Mediation

This article appeared in The Detroit News and is being reprinted with permission by the publisher.Many attorneys know and appreciate...

By Laura Athens
Considering Reconciling? author.

Considering Reconciling?

Texas Collaborative Law BlogThis is kind of a chicken and egg situation. Which came first, the possibility of reconciliation or...

By Dick Price
The Transpersonal is the Future of Mediation author.

The Transpersonal is the Future of Mediation

The future of mediation and conflict resolution is the transpersonal. “Transpersonal” means a view of the person as more than...

By Donal O’Reardon
Selma author.

Selma

The new movie Selma depicts the events that led to passage of the Voting Rights Act in 1965. There has...

By Joe Markowitz
Police Academy IX: This Time It’s Interpersonal author.

Police Academy IX: This Time It’s Interpersonal

Let’s face it — there’s lots work to be done all over the country to build understanding and heal relationships...

By Brad Heckman
6 Reasons You Need a Prenup author.

6 Reasons You Need a Prenup

Tabloid headlines are showing up in Chicago. The top is the divorce between billionaire investor Ken Griffin and Anne Dias...

By Bruce Provda
The Art and Science of Mediation: How the Principles of Commitment/Consistency and Expectation May be Applied to Mediation to Help Break Party Impasse – Part One author.

The Art and Science of Mediation: How the Principles of Commitment/Consistency and Expectation May be Applied to Mediation to Help Break Party Impasse – Part One

Introduction Robert Cialdini (“Cialdini”) and Dan Ariely (“Ariely”), in their respective books “Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion” 1 and “Predictably...

By Jennifer Winestone
Trade Secret Mediation: Negotiating Beyond the Distrust author.

Trade Secret Mediation: Negotiating Beyond the Distrust

This article was previously published in Seyfarth Shaw’s “Trading Secrets” blog.Trade secret litigation often involves deep levels of distrust, heated...

By Erica Bristol
Conflict in Start-ups author.

Conflict in Start-ups

One-size-fits-all advice has its uses, but also limitations.  Anyone who wants to lose weight must consume fewer calories than he...

By Jeanette Bicknell
On Collaboration author.

On Collaboration

Kluwer Mediation BlogIn their article, “The Collaboration Imperative” [Harvard Business Review, April 2014, p. 77], authors Nidumolu, Ellison, Whalen and...

By Ian MacDuff
The Last Word author.

The Last Word

Cinergy Coaching by Cinnie Noble When we are in an interpersonal conflict we may find ourselves reacting when the other...

By Cinnie Noble
MED-ARB: The Best of Both Worlds or Just A Limited ADR Option? (Part Two) author.

MED-ARB: The Best of Both Worlds or Just A Limited ADR Option? (Part Two)

The late Donald F. Dickey of NH is co-author of this article. His diligence, intelligence, patience, and expertise in the...

By Mark Batson Baril
“Tell her Capt. Johnson is sorry and he apologizes.” author.

“Tell her Capt. Johnson is sorry and he apologizes.”

ADR Prof Blog by Andrea Schneider, Michael Moffitt, Sarah Cole,Art Hinshaw, Jill Gross and Cynthia Alkon. Five days ago, an...

By Cynthia Alkon
Collaborative Scotland author.

Collaborative Scotland

Scotland is having a referendum on its constitutional future. As I write this, it is only a few months until...

By John Sturrock
Dispute Resolution Options author.

Dispute Resolution Options

Dispute Settlement Counsel by Michael Zeytoonian. Most people think that when they get into a legal dispute, they have to...

By Michael A. Zeytoonian
Collaborative Law in Civil Disputes and Basketball’s Triangle Offense author.

Collaborative Law in Civil Disputes and Basketball’s Triangle Offense

Dispute Settlement Counsel by Michael Zeytoonian. This blog post is in honor of “March Madness”, i.e. the NCAA’s annual basketball...

By Michael A. Zeytoonian
Mediation’s Magnum Opus: Book Review of “Mediation: A Practice Guide for Mediators, Lawyers and Other Professionals” author.

Mediation’s Magnum Opus: Book Review of “Mediation: A Practice Guide for Mediators, Lawyers and Other Professionals”

MEDIATION’S MAGNUM OPUS A Book Review by Les Wallerstein Like most emerging professions, mediation has spawned an abundant literature of...

By Les Wallerstein
3 Misconceptions About Using Collaborative Law in Employment Disputes author.

3 Misconceptions About Using Collaborative Law in Employment Disputes

From Michael Zeytoonian's BlogOver 2013, we heard a few reasons from employers and companies for why they would forego using...

By Michael A. Zeytoonian
Best Practice Guide on the Use of Mediation in Cross-Border Disputes author.

Best Practice Guide on the Use of Mediation in Cross-Border Disputes

View a PDF of the entire article below.The importance of training mediators on cross-border disputes Training mediators in cross-border disputes...

By Jamie Walker, Zeno Daniel Sustac
Is Collaborative Law a Good Fit for You? author.

Is Collaborative Law a Good Fit for You?

Texas Collaborative Law BlogIn a recent blog post, Adryenn Cantor, a San Diego, CA attorney included an excellent list of...

By Dick Price
Mediation and CollabLaw author.

Mediation and CollabLaw

Living in the United States, we have options for just about everything in life. Just visit the grocery store, shop...

By Oran Kaufman
Modifying the Underlying Dimensions of the TKI Conflict Model author.

Modifying the Underlying Dimensions of the TKI Conflict Model

Since the early 1970s, two dimensions have been used to plot the five conflict modes: Assertiveness and Cooperativeness (my attempts...

By Ralph Kilmann
Divorcing Parents: Avoid Bringing Your Battles to Court author.

Divorcing Parents: Avoid Bringing Your Battles to Court

You're getting divorced and you're angry, resentful, hurt, vindictive or any combination of other painful emotions. You want to lash...

By Rosalind Sedacca
A Collaborative Justice Approach to Bad Behavior in Tennessee Schools author.

A Collaborative Justice Approach to Bad Behavior in Tennessee Schools

This article was published on April 5, 2013 in the Chattanoogan here. School violence has taken center stage in the...

By Ken Johnson
3 Fallacies over Lunch author.

3 Fallacies over Lunch

Texas Collaborative Law BlogAt lunch today, a very good friend and I started talking about Collaborative Law. I have known...

By Dick Price
Why is it Beneficial to Collaborate? author.

Why is it Beneficial to Collaborate?

Litigation is an old-fashioned way to resolve disputes.  Nowhere is this more evident than in the family law arena.  Attorneys...

By Rachel Virk

ADR Theory: Intractability in Relation to the Ripeness Theory

How Do You Mediate? Blog with Dennis HuizingIn a previous article, we discussed the ripeness theory of conflict. The theory...

By Dennis Huizing
Collaboration author.

Collaboration

There was talk around the ABA Dispute Resolution Conference this week that the demand for mediation services may be declining....

By Joe Markowitz

Collaborative Law & the Get Artisan Movement with Neil Denny

In this episode of the Conflict Specialists Show with Dave Hilton, Dave interviews Neil Denny from Bath, England about:Collaborative LawTeaching...

By Neil Denny

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