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 […]
I was recently in Chisinau for the launch of the new Mediation Centre based within the national Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Moldova. When reflecting on what to speak about at the ceremony, the first thing that came to my mind was about the collaborative effort, perseverance, and effort that it has taken from […]
I just came back from two days at CEDR’s International Trainers’ Network training, and it was fantastic. I wanted to share with you the feeling of this session, but it’s hard to put word on all that we have shared. Perhaps if I can use an analogy I would say that mediation has an amazing […]
On 29 October the Singapore Mediation Lecture, organised by the Singapore Mediation Centre and the Harry Elias Partnership at the Singapore Management University, was delivered by Dr Hans Peter Frick, former Chief Legal Officer of Nestlé SA. He shared his experience in implementing mediation practice within his company’s culture. We at CEDR know that Nestlé […]
The news this week in January 2014 that Alicia Keys and Blackberry are to go their separate ways following a one year partnership started me thinking about the benefits and drawbacks of collaboration. Ms Keys was appointed as the Blackberry Global Creative Director at the beginning of last year in an effort to increase sales […]
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