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Who is a mediator? A mediator is a person who helps to settle a dispute or create an agreement when there is a conflict between two or more people or groups by acting as an intermediary for those parties. This process of mediating is called mediation. In this process, the mediator acts as an impartial third party. Mediation is...
Mediation saw exponential growth in the past 30 years.  It has emerged as an effective way of dispute resolution. It contains different stories by various storytellers across the globe. In this article, we will mainly cover four such stories namely The alternate dispute resolution storyThe regulation storyThe professionalization storyThe international story The ADR Story Storytellers...
Mediation: Introduction There are various ways to settle any conflict, such as litigation, negotiation, arbitration, and for that matter even mediation. Mediation is one of the forms of alternative disputes resolution mechanism. It is an exclusive process wherein the parties typically resolve the dispute with the assistance of a third party, called the mediator. Mediation...
Conflict management is a means of using an unbiased person to help team members address discrepancies. The goal is to alleviate tensions at the workplace before they become harmful. It contrasts in a more informal and flexible approach from disciplinary and grievance procedures. While serious differences in teams are probably infrequent and many people are...
Introduction The mediation process, as compared to other types of dispute resolution, might feel more casual and improvised. Some or all of the following six steps can be included in the mediation process: 1. Make a plan. The mediator assists the parties in deciding where they should meet and who should be present before the...
Mediation Mediation is a method in which the parties talk with a trained, unbiased third party(s) about their conflicts and help them resolve them. It can be an informal gathering or a planned settlement conference between the parties. Either a legal proceeding or a disagreement that can be brought in court may be pending. Mediation...
Mediation Strategies: A Lawyer’s Guide To Successful Negotiation In order to achieve a successful negotiation, an excellent lawyer must possess the following 4 characteristics: •Preparedness: A lawyer must be well prepared with the present facts and laws in order to convince as well as to win the confidence of another side. •Transparent: Mediation is a...
This article presents an overview of current breakthroughs in mediation analysis. It analyzes the relative size of several pathways and mechanisms by which exposure may affect an outcome. In-Depth Analysis Recent improvements in causal inference have resulted in the development of a broad and straightforward estimator. This estimator, known as the Mediation Formula, applies to...
ADR- An worldview Alternative Dispute Resolution or ADR has been a popular method to resolve disputes outside the judiciary courts. In the 1980s and 1990s, Canada’s experience with ADR techniques began to undergo a “cultural revolution.” During this time, ADR grew with the need for an alternative and the advised method to dispute resolution. That...
What is Intellectual Property? Human intellect is a gift of man which contributes to the growth and development of the nation. Intellectual Property refers to a property created through the intellect. However, due to many conflicts arising out of the mixture of intellects, Intellectual property disputes arise. It has received central importance globally in past...
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