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Mediation: A Practical Guide


ISBN13: 9781859418444
ISBN: 1859418449
Published: April 2004
Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £38.99



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'Allan Stitt's authoritative and concise text on mediation is packed full of information on the benefits of mediating disputes and on the way to achieve good and long-lasting mediated settlements. Clear tips for both lawyers and mediators, with real-life examples, pepper the script making it readable, memorable and incredibly useful.

Mediation as a means of dispute resolution is increasingly encouraged by the courts and this textbook will enable you to approach mediation with knowledge and confidence. Mediation: A Practical Guide provides a complete understanding of how to effectively conduct a mediation. This unique and practical resource shows what a mediation is, the rationale behind it and how it differs from litigation.

It explains every aspect of the mediation process and provides practical tips and useful case studies, clearly setting out all the do's and don't's of mediation. It will be invaluable to mediators, solicitors and barristers representing clients at mediation, as well as those wishing to become mediators.

Subjects:
Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Contents:
Mediator Styles
Why Mediate?
Mediation: Facilitated Negotiation
Before the Mediation
Setting the Table
Storytelling
Determining Interests
Issues
Brainstorming Options
Selecting the Double Option
Overcoming Obstacles
Power Imbalances
Positional Bargaining
Closure
Conclusion.