With one year to go until the UK leaves the EU, we’ve analysed some of the twists and turns of the Brexit negotiations so far. March 2017 – And we’re off – Theresa May announces the Brexit date for 2019 This was the equivalent of forcing your entire family onto a rollercoaster because some of […]
It’s not ‘hired or fired’ that makes good negotiators Frequently in my professional work as a negotiator and trainer, I see people who have approached negotiation with a default style of being a “tough negotiator”. They will turn up attempting to bluff through with an attitude based on what they’ve seen on TV and what […]
One of the aspects of mediation that I find most fascinating is the insights it provides into human psychology. Working out what is driving a party; considering the dynamics between two parties at a negotiation table; determining the best way to structure an offer so that it is persuasive: the mediation process is intrinsically linked […]
The IMI Conference 2014: Shaping the Future of International Dispute Resolution, 29 October 2014, London
Cross-border and cross-cultural disputes have long been an area especially suited to Arbitration and Mediation. Any dispute is complicated, but the added uncertainty of litigating in a foreign jurisdiction or with unfamiliar legal concepts will naturally make any company feel more vulnerable than if they were doing so under their home system. A client litigating […]
The driving force behind CEDR’s existence is to change the world in a positive way for public benefit. We undertake a range of projects that span from access to justice and legal reform – which is primarily through promoting ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) as an effective means of dispute resolution – to examining the roles […]
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