Category: Collab Practice

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
How Does Collaborative Law Work? author.

How Does Collaborative Law Work?

Texas Collaborative Law BlogThis is the third in a series of stories about how Collaborative Law actually works in a...

By Dick Price
Turning Conflict into Collaboration author.

Turning Conflict into Collaboration

Tammy Lenski's Conflict Zen Blog I’m addressing a group of municipal leaders and employees about turning conflict into collaboration. Here...

By Tammy Lenski
When Interests Change at the Negotiating Table author.

When Interests Change at the Negotiating Table

Business Conflict Blog by Peter Phillips Neither negotiation pundits nor political commentators seem very quick to pick up on an...

By F. Peter Phillips
Rising Tides Raise All Boats author.

Rising Tides Raise All Boats

Fairly Legal Blog by Clare FowlerThe mediation field was just able to celebrate Conflict Resolution Day. We all shared ideas,...

By Clare Fowler
Family Therapy: Universal and Unique Approaches – Video author.

Family Therapy: Universal and Unique Approaches – Video

Through a series of entertaining, brief, and instructional role plays, Dr. Gladding reviews several universals of family treatment approaches, such...

By Samuel Gladding
Why You Shouldn’t Negotiate with Your Spouse author.

Why You Shouldn’t Negotiate with Your Spouse

Texas Collaborative law BlogAs a Collaborative case progresses, one or both of the parties often want to "save time" or...

By Dick Price
Collaborative Divorce author.

Collaborative Divorce

There is a movement in family law whereby divorcing couples can sign agreements with lawyers to not go to court....

By Gary Direnfeld
Mediating Between the Mediation Models – Part 1 author.

Mediating Between the Mediation Models – Part 1

The thesis explored here is that a flexible model of mediation is possible and desirable.  A flexible model is defined...

By Katherine Goodman
Mass Claims in The Netherlands author.

Mass Claims in The Netherlands

Novo Justice Blog by Colin Rulewww.rijksoverheid.nl/bestanden/documenten-en-publicaties/circulaires/2008/06/24/the-dutch-class-action-financial-settlement-act-wcam/wcamenglish.pdf “The Dutch ‘Class Action (Financial Settlement) Act’ (‘WCAM’) The Dutch ‘Class Action (Financial Settlement)...

By Colin Rule
Negotiation and the Attorney in the Collaborative Process author.

Negotiation and the Attorney in the Collaborative Process

Collaborative Review, Summer, 2004 Volume 6, Issue 2I. Introduction As collaborative family law (CFL) matures and moves beyond discussions of...

By Sherri Goren Slovin
Getting Past the Awkward Stage author.

Getting Past the Awkward Stage

Conflicts of Interest Blog by Vivian Scott Whether it’s a neighbor, a new PTA member, or a coworker, sometimes we...

By Vivian Scott
Want to Understand Power Better? A New Book from Neuroscientist Ian Robertson may help author.

Want to Understand Power Better? A New Book from Neuroscientist Ian Robertson may help

Neuroscience and Conflict Resolution Blog by Stephanie West AllenI have posted about Dr. Robertson a number of times in the...

By Stephanie West Allen
The “Secret Sauce” of Grief Counseling and Mediation: A Different Eye author.

The “Secret Sauce” of Grief Counseling and Mediation: A Different Eye

Mediation Bytes by Karin HobbsI recently attended a session entitled “What Mediators Can Learn from the Brain Science of Grief...

By Karin S. Hobbs
Collaborative Divorce Explained – Video author.

Collaborative Divorce Explained – Video

Dr. Ellie Izzo, an expert in the field, explains the details and benefits to a Collaborative Divorce. She discusses how...

By Dr. Ellie Izzo
Two Deadly Biases author.

Two Deadly Biases

Often when we talk about people who disagree we talk about “one party and the other party.” That’s not too...

By Maria Simpson
Mediation May be the Solution to Guarantee the Long Term Positive Impact of Beautiful Moments author.

Mediation May be the Solution to Guarantee the Long Term Positive Impact of Beautiful Moments

Kluwer Meditation Blog.Looking beyond the short term, the fun, and the parties, large international sports events are an opportunity for...

By Andrea Maia
Mediate.com Launches Arbitrate.com and Five Additional ADR Directories author.

Mediate.com Launches Arbitrate.com and Five Additional ADR Directories

Join the Mediate.com ADR Directories Today! Resourceful Internet Solutions, Inc. (RIS) and Mediate.com, in business since 1996 and winners of...

By Mediate.com Staff
The Basics of Collaborative Family Law –  A Divorce Paradigm Shift author.

The Basics of Collaborative Family Law – A Divorce Paradigm Shift

The American Journal of Family Law, Volume 18 Number 2, Summer 2004Collaborative Family Law (CFL) is a revolutionary approach to...

By Sherri Goren Slovin
The Transition from TKI Assessment to Effective Behavior author.

The Transition from TKI Assessment to Effective Behavior

The immediate benefit of taking the TKI assessment and reviewing your results (which includes a personalized report with the online...

By Ralph Kilmann
Understanding The Basics Of Collaborative Family Law author.

Understanding The Basics Of Collaborative Family Law

The process you choose to end your marriage will have a far-reaching impact on the custodial, financial and emotion outcome....

By Sherri Goren Slovin
Collaborative Lawyers’ Duties to Screen the Appropriateness of Collaborative Law and Obtain Clients’ Informed Consent to Use Collaborative Law author.

Collaborative Lawyers’ Duties to Screen the Appropriateness of Collaborative Law and Obtain Clients’ Informed Consent to Use Collaborative Law

Originally published at Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, Vol. 25, p. 347, 2010 - republished with permissionCollaborative Law (CL)...

By Forrest (Woody) Mosten, John Lande
GenWhy–A Site for Young International Mediators author.

GenWhy–A Site for Young International Mediators

Generation Why Blog by Aik KramerHere comes GenWhy!!! Imagine that you grow up in a global village, where a multitude...

By Aik Kramer

The Spiritual Aspects Of Collaborative Law

We have become an adversary society. Our adversarial relationship with one another can be seen in all segments of society,...

By Dale L. Raugust
Facing Mediation? 5 Strategies author.

Facing Mediation? 5 Strategies

As a mediation coach, my mantra is “Mediation can be one of the most important days of your life.  The...

By JoAnne Donner

The Mediator as Healer?

The mediator as healer? About 5 years ago, whilst on a process oriented psychology course, we were dealing with issues...

By Nigel Singer
Persuasion in Mediation: Try Storytelling author.

Persuasion in Mediation: Try Storytelling

Civil Negotiation and Mediation by Nancy Hudgins Check out the little boy’s face. Remember when you were a little kid...

By Nancy Hudgins
Homeowner Mediator Association Primer author.

Homeowner Mediator Association Primer

Mediation can best be described as a “facilitated negotiation” in which parties attempt to resolve a conflict between themselves.  It...

By Jim Lingl
Why Is Everyone So Competitive? It’s Not Them, It’s Us! author.

Why Is Everyone So Competitive? It’s Not Them, It’s Us!

International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution Generally speaking, there are two types of people in this world – competitors...

By Regina Kim

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