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Ask An Expert: Claudia Winkler

Ask An Expert: Claudia Winkler
Claudia Winkler, Negotiation Trainer and the Director of the IBA-VIAC CDRC Vienna Mediation and Negotiation Competition, discusses legal education, the future of ADR and the importance of negotiation skills in ... Read More

Are People Waking Up To Online Dispute Resolution?

Are People Waking Up To Online Dispute Resolution?
Technology is playing an increasingly important role in all aspects of our lives. Digitalisation has transformed the way we communicate, work, access information and consume goods. However, while making many ... Read More
GPC

The Florence Experience: A Culture Of Mediation

The Florence Experience: A Culture Of Mediation
It is not easy to summarise the story of mediation in Italy, but I would like to draw our attention to what, in my view, was a historically fundamental factor ... Read More
GPC

International Commercial Arbitration And Mediation: What Does The Data Show?

International Commercial Arbitration And Mediation: What Does The Data Show?
While key elements of confidentiality are important to commercial arbitration and mediation, many aspects of the process are needlessly shielded from transparency, and as a result preclude awareness, understanding and ... Read More
GPC

How To Kick-Start Civil Mediation: The Italian Experience

How To Kick-Start Civil Mediation: The Italian Experience
The year of 2016 scored the highest number (20,237) of civil mediation agreements ever reached in Italy. But with a rate of success of 11%, much lower than in 2011 ... Read More
GPC

In Conversation With Michael McIlwrath

In Conversation With Michael McIlwrath
Michael McIlwrath, Global Chief Litigation Counsel for GE Oil & Gas, speaks to the Singapore International Dispute Resolution Academy about global trends, key challenges, and the future of dispute resolution ... Read More

Avoiding The Litigation Spiral

Avoiding The Litigation Spiral
Fisher and Ury’s 'Getting To Yes' in 1981 was influential because it changed our prevailing attitudes from time-honored positional bargaining towards a more 21st Century interest-based negotiation. Thirty years later, ... Read More
GPC, News

A Moment In The Drizzle: Could Brexit Represent An Opportunity For Arbitration?

A Moment In The Drizzle: Could Brexit Represent An Opportunity For Arbitration?
A trigger that came with more warnings than the Daily Mail in a post-colonial gender studies course, the formal notification of Article 50 has brought into relief the fact that ... Read More
GPC, Opinion

An Education In Negotiation

An Education In Negotiation
Business schools (though, sadly, few law schools) teach negotiation skills and techniques, but more often as an elective than as a core subject. Most people emerge from business schools and ... Read More
GPC, News

Asia, Arbitration And Third Party Funding

Asia, Arbitration And Third Party Funding
Historically, third party funding has been prohibited in many Asian jurisdictions, including the busy litigation markets of Hong Kong and Singapore. However, recent changes to regulations on third party funding ... Read More
GPC, News
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