An organization dedicated to the
resolution of disputes in an impartial,
expeditious and cost effective manner,
designed to preserve existing
ADR makes conflict
resolution less
adversarial and more

Please review any of the newsletters listed below that you find of

Mediator Neutrality   

Effective Representation of a Party in Mediation

Why Mediate Your Divorce

Negotiating with the Madman

Using Mediation to Gain Control

Goals for the Mediator (and Parties)

Interests - The Linchpin to Conflict Resolution

Mediator Obama

Dispute Resolution After the Deal Closes

The Perfect Mediation

Mediation: A Discovery Tool

Getting Both Parties to Blink First

When a Party Asks: Did We Win?

What Does a Mediator Do?

Co-Parenting After Mediation

Mediating Eldercare Issues

Six Stages of Mediation  

Is Mediation Right for Small Businesses?

Creativity in Mediation

Mediator Selection

Which Conflict Management Type Are You?

The Power of Apology

Mediating Between the Combative and the Cooperative

When Lawyers Cannot Settle a Case

Dealing with Emotion During Mediation

Benefits of the Mediation Caucus

Mediation v Arbitration - Is There a Difference?

Dealing With High Conflict Personalities

BATNA and WATNA Explained   

Mediation in Dealmaking

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