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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Williams, Mortimer and Sunnucks: Executors, Administrators and Probate

Edited by: Alexander Learmonth, Charlotte Ford, Julia Clark, John Ross Martyn
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Mediators on Mediation: Leading Mediator Perspectives on the Practice of Commercial Mediation

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ISBN13: 9781847660459
ISBN: 1847660452
Previous Edition ISBN: 1845920813
Published: September 2005
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

This title provides a practical insight into commercial mediation and the skills used by experienced mediators in their work. Written by the UK's leading commercial mediators each covering a different aspect of mediation practice, writing from their experience they reveal their own approach to the role of mediator.

The book also equips the mediator with all the skills required, providing invaluable advice and guidance on how best to manage the process. It also covers such topics as: The many different facets of commercial mediation A resource for those selecting mediators who want to know more about a particular mediator's style A real practical understanding of how the leading mediators themselves view the process and skills required.

Each aspect of the mediation process, discussing best practice and how best to approach certain issues, eg what to do when a mediation reaches a deadlock Practical advice for mediators and clients wanting to get the best out of mediation Overseas mediation, focusing specifically on the contrasting features of mediation practice for each country covered

Reprint of ISBN 9781845920814

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Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Part I: The Mediation Process
Chapter 1: The mediator's role from the first contact with the parties through to the eve of the mediation hearing
Chapter 2: When and why parties choose to mediate
Chapter 3: All party meetings and caucus sessions
Chapter 4: Managing the different players in commercial mediations
Chapter 5: The role of written submissions and documents
Chapter 6: Overcoming deadlock: tricks of the trade
Chapter 7: Creative solutions
Chapter 8: What motivates decision makers and their teams to settle? Chapter 9: Concluding the mediation
Part II: Types of mediation and mediator
Chapter 10: Employment mediation
Chapter 11: Mediation and the public sector
Chapter 12: Mediating clinical negligence
Chapter 13: Mediating multi-party disputes
Chapter 14: Multi-phase mediations
Chapter 15: Time limited mediations
Chapter 16: The approach of the non-lawyer mediator
Chapter 17: Co-mediation
Chapter 18: Arbitrator turned mediator
Part III: Commercial mediation around the globe
Chapter 19: USA
Chapter 20: Continental Europe
Chapter 21: Asia
Chapter 22: Russia; Conclusions: Some reflections on the future development of commercial mediation in the UK