MediatorTV: Episode 11

 

This week’s episode of MediatorTV follows a slightly different format with special guest presenter, independent Mediator Sabine Walsh, co-hosting the show with Aled Davies.

Ireland has finally published the long awaited Mediation Bill, which has just been presented to the Irish Parliament. The presenters discuss this in some detail, particularly the parts that have significant implications for mediators and mediation.  Continue reading

Ask An Expert: Julian Copeman

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Julian Copeman, Managing Partner of Herbert Smith Freehills’ Greater China offices, discusses dispute resolutions trends, data and the increasing role of technology in resolving disputes.

 

 

 

 

What do you hope the GPC will achieve?

The intention for Hong Kong GPC was to bring together stakeholders from across the disputes market to discuss the issues that face parties at the front line of disputes in Hong Kong, and indeed over 200 people attended on the day. We gained rich and valuable data and from that, we are hoping, will reach some real and tangible recommendations for change.  Continue reading

MediatorTV: Episode 10

 

In this week’s episode, Professor Nadja Alexander and Aled Davies take a look at developments in Asia as Singapore passes it’s long anticipated Mediation Act. With the number of new cases filed for mediation at the Singapore Mediation Centre last year at an all time high, it is no secret that Singapore is fast becoming a mediation hub for the region. Continue reading

GPC Voting Trends: Strong Preferences For Prevention And Non-adjudicative Processes

photo-1451187580459-43490279c0faThe publication of two recent Summaries of GPC voting patterns through the end of 2016 gives us the data to venture some preliminary observations about trends for the future of dispute resolution. Continue reading

MediatorTV: Episode 7

 

In their latest video episode, Professor Nadja Alexander and Aled Davies report from Edinburgh at Mediate 2016 – the Scottish Mediation Network‘s annual conference. Where they learn about a different kind of community mediation in a global village with the World Bank Group urging India and Pakistan to mediate over a water dispute. Continue reading

MediatorTV: Episode 6

 

 
In their latest video episode, Professor Nadja Alexander and Aled Davies focus on the 6th Paris Biennial On Negotiation. They debate the future of the opening session and joint sessions, before looking at a new form of mediation sweeping the globe.  Continue reading

Ask An Expert: Diego Gosis

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Diego Gosis, an Arbitrator and a Florida Foreign Legal Consultant at GST LLP in Miami, speaks about the digitalisation of dispute resolution and the benefits of increased cultural diversity in the field.

What is your current role in dispute resolution?

I am a provider and an advisor of dispute resolution services. I work as counsel and arbitrator in international commercial and investment disputes.

I became interested in developing a career in dispute resolution when I realised that it was an area of practice where your success most depends on your legal skills, as opposed to the size of your firm or other non-legal factors. Also, it is one of the most international areas of practice, and the prospect of learning about and arguing issues under a variety of legal regimes was an interesting challenge. Continue reading