By Gaby Goundry The 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico stands as the United States’ worst ever offshore oil spill, and on 25th February this year, the high-stakes trial to determine how much more BP and other companies should pay began. Stuart Smith, an attorney at Smith Stag, represents a number of [...]
by Mikita Weaver, Intern, CEDR Signalling Status and Position: How Online Communication is Transforming Negotiations In face-to-face negotiations, powerful players have many ways to exert dominance. Powerful individuals dress in smart clothes that signal wealth and use props – such as BlackBerrys, personal phones, laptops, i-pads, etc. – to show their “technical savvy, busyness, and [...]
by Tony Allen, Solicitor, Mediator and a Director of CEDR Extracts from the Ministry of Justice’s statement on the Government’s Spending Review yesterday: “The Treasury has announced a 23 per cent reduction in Ministry of Justice spending for the next four years. These savings will result in around £2 billion in savings by the department [...]
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