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Avoiding the nightmare: a collaborative approach

On Monday 31 October the CPR Institute of New York and CEDR cooperated on a Corporate Counsel event at Eversheds at which they announced their new collaboration agreement, which will give access to users of CPR’s International Arbitration Rules in Europe, joint training in New York and Brazil and promotion of CEDR’s training. A common […]

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EU Brexit negotiations will need half-full and half-empty negotiators

Do you see your glass as half-full or half-empty? If you see it as half-empty then you probably have a scarcity mindset. Scarcity mindset and its opposite, abundance mindset, were terms first used by Steven Covey in his classic book The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Published in 1989 it has been a major […]

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Updates to the CEDR ADR Notice

Back in September 2015, CEDR introduced a new process document, the “ADR Notice” – which has always been referenced in our Model Contract Clauses as a communication between parties requesting (or in the case of a mediation contract clause – triggering) mediation. Therefore CEDR decided it would be useful to formalise this communication – particularly […]

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Deal mediation – Neutral chairing for contract negotiation

A recent report announced that the NHS in England has just had its busiest year in its history with more patients than ever seeking help – over 23 million visits were made to Accident & Emergency in the 12 months to 31 March 2016, a rise of more than 500,000 on the previous year. It […]

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Technology supporting Justice – A New Hope for consumers

I was recently involved in a technology-related dispute.  When reading the mediation papers in preparation for the day, it made me reflect on how quickly technology has (and continues to) revolutionised the world around us.  Every aspect of our personal and professional lives have arguably been changed by computer systems that allow us access to […]

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