Len Riskin describes how mediation has integrated within legal practice: it has sparked collaborative law, a promising enterprise, but it also led to court-based mediations, which he believes are legalistic and adversarial instead of reaching mediations highest potential of bringing parties together.
When you have an ongoing child custody dispute and you’re headed to mediation, you may want to include your new romantic partner in your parenting decisions. But how do you...By Ben Coltrin
Review by: The Aternative Newsletter Editor, Robert Kirkman Collins Published by: Jossey-Bass, 2000, 261 pp., ISBN 0-7879-4192-1. Order at Amazon.com This is a flawed, but nevertheless useful, book on mediation....By Robert Kirkman Collins
Anatomy of an Arbitration Disaster Amanda Bronstad The National Law Journal June 17, 2009 A Los Angeles Superior Court judge on May 28 affirmed an arbitration award of more than...By Victoria Pynchon