Category: Technology

Hanging On The Telephone: The Future of Mediation? author.

Hanging On The Telephone: The Future of Mediation?

Kluwer Meditation Blog by Charlie Irvine One of the privileges and perils of working as a mediator in Scotland is...

By Charlie Irvine
The Joy of Mediating in my P.J.’s: Telephone-based Mediation author.

The Joy of Mediating in my P.J.’s: Telephone-based Mediation

Distance Family Mediation by Susanna Jani If you’ve been following this blog, you likely know that our distance mediation service...

By Susanna Jani
Towards Crowdsourced Online Dispute Resolution author.

Towards Crowdsourced Online Dispute Resolution

Using crowdsourcing for solving disputes is a subject that has not been discussed in many scientific publications. However, since Crowdsourced...

By Daniel Dimov, Jaap Van den Herik
Changing the Legal Landscape author.

Changing the Legal Landscape

Novo Justice Blog by Colin RuleMonica Goyal on ITBusiness.ca: “These two sites facilitate settlement in different ways: PeopleClaim by introducing...

By Colin Rule
e-Court is Now in Session author.

e-Court is Now in Session

Novo Justice Blog by Colin RuleWilliam Glabberson in the NYT:“The court is the setting for the first full “e-court” in...

By Colin Rule
eBay Resolution Center Up for Dutch Innovating Justice Awards – Needs Your Vote! author.

eBay Resolution Center Up for Dutch Innovating Justice Awards – Needs Your Vote!

The largest Online Dispute Resolution platform in the world, the eBay and PayPal Resolution Center, is up for an award...

By Colin Rule
‘Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?’ Technology Can Reduce Dispute Resolution Costs When Times are Tough and Improve Outcomes author.

‘Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?’ Technology Can Reduce Dispute Resolution Costs When Times are Tough and Improve Outcomes

This article was originally published by the Nevada Law Journal, Vol. 11, No. 2, p. 523, 2011. Mediate.com offers our...

By David Larson
Using Cell Phone Voting to Facilitate Group Decision-Making author.

Using Cell Phone Voting to Facilitate Group Decision-Making

From Larry Susskind's blog on the Consensus Building Approach Last week, I was asked by my MIT colleague, Harvey Michaels,...

By Larry Susskind
Introducing the Mediate.com Case Manager author.

Introducing the Mediate.com Case Manager

View a Video Introduction to Case Manager We are excited to introduce you to the Mediate.com Case Mananger with full...

By Managing Editor
Communiqué on the ODR and Consumers Colloquium Vancouver, BC, Canada November 2-3, 2010 author.

Communiqué on the ODR and Consumers Colloquium Vancouver, BC, Canada November 2-3, 2010

All of the presentations delivered at the Vancouver conference (as well as several  papers submitted by attendees) are available in-line in the Online Agenda at  www.odrandconsumers2010.org/agenda.  I. Introduction eCommerce has grown rapidly, riding the expansion of information and communications technology around the world,...

By Colin Rule, Doug Leigh
2020 Vision – Where In the World Will Mediation Be In 10 Years? author.

2020 Vision – Where In the World Will Mediation Be In 10 Years?

Yogi Berra made his name not only by winning the 1968 World Series as coach of the New York Mets...

By Michael Leathes
Why NAFCM Has Endorsed Mediate.com’s Caseload Manager author.

Why NAFCM Has Endorsed Mediate.com’s Caseload Manager

**Author’s Warning: This article is lengthy, over 1,600 words total. It’s intended to thoroughly outline NAFCM’s rationale in supporting Mediate.com’s...

By Justin Corbett
Mediator Use Of The iPad author.

Mediator Use Of The iPad

From the Mediation Matters Blog of Steve Mehta.For several months, I have been using the IPad during my mediations and...

By Steve Mehta
Old Friends, the Internet and Mediation author.

Old Friends, the Internet and Mediation

A short trip to the SF Bay Area this past weekend provided me with an enhanced understanding of how integrated...

By James Melamed, J.D.
We Are All Online Mediators author.

We Are All Online Mediators

The modern mediation movement grew up with an operative assumption that: “to mediate, one gets together.”  This most basic of...

By James Melamed, J.D.
Skype Calling — Mediation in the 21st. Century author.

Skype Calling — Mediation in the 21st. Century

From the Mediation Matters Blog of Steve Mehta. We are truly in the age of wonderful new technologies.   I realize...

By Steve Mehta
Four Questions About International Online Dispute Resolution Part Three author.

Four Questions About International Online Dispute Resolution Part Three

Today’s post continues a series co-authored by myself and international business attorney Vonda K. Vandaveer on the use of online...

By Gini Nelson
Four Questions About International Online Dispute Resolution Part One author.

Four Questions About International Online Dispute Resolution Part One

Today’s post introduces a series co-authored by myself and international business attorney Vonda K. Vandaveer. For business leaders, alternative dispute...

By Gini Nelson
Four Questions About International Online Dispute Resolution Part Two author.

Four Questions About International Online Dispute Resolution Part Two

Today’s post continues a series co-authored by myself and international business attorney Vonda K. Vandaveer on the use of online...

By Gini Nelson
Communicating for Peace author.

Communicating for Peace

Editorial Note:For those of us who live in the west, it is difficult to fully appreciate the violent context from...

By Sanjana Hattotuwa
Statement on Respectful Online Communication author.

Statement on Respectful Online Communication

Drafted jointly and agreed to by consensus April 20, 2007 at the 5th International Forum on Online Dispute Resolution in...

By Colin Rule
There Goes That Internet Thingy Again! author.

There Goes That Internet Thingy Again!

Many years ago as I introduced the ADR community to the Internet, I made many bold claims. Some claims were...

By John Helie
ODR and Web 2.0 author.

ODR and Web 2.0

When I authored my book Online Dispute Resolution for Business back in 2000 and 2001 I wrote: “One of the...

By Colin Rule
Keystone Conference: Megatrends for Mediators in Technology author.

Keystone Conference: Megatrends for Mediators in Technology

Five coming technology changes and trends that will affect our field: 1. the expansion of information and communications technology in...

By Colin Rule
Wise Use of the Internet for Mediators author.

Wise Use of the Internet for Mediators

If I ask participants in a workshop session, “How many of you mediate online?” I see relatively few hands spring...

By James Melamed, J.D.
Communication Assessment: Promising Practice For Meeting Management author.

Communication Assessment: Promising Practice For Meeting Management

We may never attain a participatory democracy and it may not be desirable to eliminate our system of representative governance,...

By John Helie
Mediate.com Enters Eighth Year author.

Mediate.com Enters Eighth Year

Mediate.com is now entering its eighth year of operation. Mediate.com was founded by John Helie and Jim Melamed and began...

By Mediate.com Staff
20 Concepts & Recommendations for Utilizing the Internet author.

20 Concepts & Recommendations for Utilizing the Internet

This article reviews 20 concepts and recommendations to assist you to most capably utilize the Internet in support of your...

By James Melamed, J.D.
ODR–Solving Technology Disputes Online author.

ODR–Solving Technology Disputes Online

ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) is joining the technology revolution. What used to be regarded as the venue for small insurance...

By Dana Tait
Online Dispute Resolution:  Resolving Conflicts In Cyberspace (Book Review) author.

Online Dispute Resolution: Resolving Conflicts In Cyberspace (Book Review)

Order at Amazon.comIn their book “Online Dispute Resolution”, Katsh and Rifkin take on one of the most controversial emerging trends...

By Jon Linden

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