by Matthew Rushton “Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) has a critical role to play for in-house counsel seeking to do more with less, but it remains something of a novelty as compared to the centuries-long tradition of courtroom litigation. While there were many international arbitrations in the nineteenth century and into the early twentieth century, they tended…

By Emily Doskow Small businesses may benefit tremendously from using mediation — rather than litigation — to resolve conflicts. Small business owners are just as likely as major corporations to run into conflict with neighboring businesses, employees, customers, vendors, or with their own business partners, yet unlike corporations, small business often lack public relations, human…

By Dr. Justin Wood Business mediation works and here is a short story that represents a real scenario that has happened many times through professional mediation. At First, Things Were Going Smoothly. Imagine two business partners come together to create a new startup. In the beginning, things run smoothly and the company begins to see success….

By Dr. Justin Wood You opened your business for many reasons, so you could spend days and weeks with lawyers and in court wasn’t one of them. If you have a difficult business dispute there are other options to protect your interests and still avoid court. Professional mediation involves hiring a neutral party trained in…

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