EU

Changing the Frame: Some Challenging Issues for Promoting Mediation

Changing the Frame: Some Challenging Issues for Promoting Mediation
This book review was originally published on the Kluwer Mediation Blog on 28 January 2021. Anna Howard’s first book, ‘EU Cross-Border Commercial Mediation: Listening to Disputants – Changing the Frame; ... Read More
Book Review, Opinion

What’s Next for International Mediation in Europe?

What’s Next for International Mediation in Europe?
7 August 2019 marked the signing of the United Nations (UN) Convention on International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation in Singapore. With its 53 signatories to date, the Singapore Convention ... Read More

New IMI Certified Mediator Training Program: Academy Mediation & Negotiation (Toolkit Company)

New IMI Certified Mediator Training Program: Academy Mediation & Negotiation (Toolkit Company)
Academy Mediation & Negotiation, part of Toolkit Company, has had its training program approved as an IMI Certified Mediator Training Program. Retrospective recognition is in place for graduates from 1 ... Read More
News

The Odyssey of Mediation in Greece

The Odyssey of Mediation in Greece
In May 2018, the profile of mediation in Greece suddenly rose with the enactment of mandatory mediation for certain civil disputes, a development considered by some to be a contradiction ... Read More
Opinion

Interview with Deborah Masucci about the Singapore Convention

Interview with Deborah Masucci about the Singapore Convention
Natalie Armstrong-Motin of Marketing Resolution recently interviewed IMI Board Co-Chair Deborah Masucci about her career and the upcoming Singapore Convention on the Enforceability of Mediated Settlement. Find the full video ... Read More

Version 2.0: Rebooting the EU’s International Mediation Role

Version 2.0: Rebooting the EU’s International Mediation Role
The "EU as International Mediator" research network has produced a policy brief on the EU's Mediation Concept and ongoing role in international mediation. It is published with permission here, and ... Read More

Crab Fights: Mediating The Future Of Svalbard’s Resources

Crab Fights: Mediating The Future Of Svalbard’s Resources
Not many people know that since 2015, the European Union and Norway have been in a dead-lock over crabs. The Snow Crab Conflict has far-reaching implications for Norway’s vast seafood ... Read More
News

European Commission Solicits Comments to Promote Fairness and Transparency for On line Mediation

European Commission Solicits Comments to Promote Fairness and Transparency for On line Mediation
On June 27, 2018, IMI submitted comments on a proposed Regulation from the EU Commission that is intended to promote fairness and transparency between online services and their clients. The ... 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

European Disputes Trends

European Disputes Trends
Today is Europe Day! What better way to celebrate than to look at the dispute resolution trends in the recently published rule of law data across the European Union. This ... Read More
GPC

A Week In Paris

A Week In Paris
Each conference in the GPC Series is unique. The GPC Paris, to be held on 26 April, is a major francophone event with a distinct local and international flavour and, ... 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