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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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5 Negotiation Points from The Great British Bake Off rights deal

It’s been all over the UK news. The Great British Bake Off – one of the biggest shows on the BBC – has been sold by its production company, Love Productions, to Channel 4 for a rumoured £75 Million pound, three-year deal. The news came as a shock to many viewers for a number of […]

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The third edition of “International Mediation: Breaking Business Deadlock”

This Monday evening, CEDR launched the 3rd edition of ‘International Mediation: Breaking Business Deadlock’ by Eileen Carroll QC (Hon) and Dr Karl Mackie CBE. We believe this update – a decade since the last edition – with useful guidance on how to prepare for an international mediation. General Counsels and Law Firm Partners gathered at […]

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Model Employment Mediation Clauses and Mediation in Employment Policies

To help organisations understand how mediation can be applied and developed, amongst the many dispute resolution processes that exist, we have updated our employment model documents to offer up-to-date contract clauses and guidance for best practice. In 2006 after intensive work with workplace and employment mediators CEDR launched the first edition of our model clauses […]

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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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