A trigger that came with more warnings than the Daily Mail in a post- colonial gender studies course, the formal notification of Article 50 has brought into relief the fact that the EU-UK legal framework is moving swiftly towards the… Read More ›
With the fallout from the recent US election, many are feeling uneasy about the year ahead. Rising nationalism in Europe, along with a growing protectionist trend towards international trade are certainly a cause for concern.
A costs judge has held that information about a party’s costs provided for the purposes of a mediation could be used as evidence when considering the cost consequences of a subsequent settlement: Savings Advice Limited v EDF Energy Customers Ltd… Read More ›
In this week’s episode, Professor Nadja Alexander and Aled Davies look at the seven biggest global trends in Mediation coming up in 2017.
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… Read More ›