From June 25: How often do you get a thank you from anyone in your organization? Is it once a week, a month or a year? A study conducted by the John Templeton Foundation discovered that the workplace is the least likely place that someone would get a "thank you." In fact,...
Arbitration is a neutral proceeding whereby a mutually agreed upon person or persons (tri-panel arbitration) decides the outcome of a dispute. It is binding and judicially enforceable. It brings a dispute to an end. There are many compelling reasons to select binding arbitration...
Everyone wants to feel heard, and, particularly in conflict — when emotions are often inflamed — it's easy for understanding to be compromised and agreement to seem impossible. Mediation can remedy that. For those in conflict and perhaps contemplating litigation,...
Many people mistakenly believe that a divorce automatically means a court trial. The reality is that a large portion of litigated divorces never make it to court and are settled via mediation. Needless to say it's important to understand how mediation works and its role...
Mediation is expected to begin later this month between the developer of the long-stalled $1.5 billion State Center project and the state of Maryland with the hope of moving the project forward. Caroline Moore, president of Ekistics...
A Columbus, West Virginia, judge orders DuPont to appear in court for mediation. In a notice filed recently, a judge calls for in-person court-ordered mediation. It's the first time since the trials against DuPont started that the judge has called the company for mediation.
As a mediator for more three decades, I have helped resolve some of the nation’s most protracted, complex and emotional disputes. I certainly place my recent mediation of the Penn State University/Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse claims in that category. Those who either...
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