From time to time, we publish items in which one of our members or representatives will provide an informed view on a subject relating to ADR.
The diversification of dispute resolution parameters in Africa-related contracts highlights the need for skilled international arbitrators.
Duncan Bagshaw provides us with a detailed perspective from the African continent.
Recent issues in sports arbitration, in connection with the Rio Olympic and Paralympic games, have pitted collective responsibility against individual rights, and highlighted arguments of proportionality in the fight against doping.
Murray Rosen QC, FCIArb, shares his thoughts on the latest developments.
Small businesses are being left behind in the current disputes market.
Keisha Williams, Head of CIArb's Dispute Appointment Service, suggests how the Business Arbitration Scheme could be the solution.
In the final part of a three-part series, David Richbell FCIArb looks at the issue of conscious and unconscious bias when acting as a mediator.
In the second of a three-part series, David Richbell FCIArb stresses the importance of a mediator needing to set the format and structure of the session.
Former CIArb President Michael Stephens calls for ADR mechanisms to become a formal part of the civil justice system.
In the first of a three-part series, David Richbell has some concerns over the trend towards dispensing with the opening joint session in a commercial mediation.
Michael Hawkyard FCIArb, in a consumer-focused piece, looks at the alternatives to ligitation when it comes to business disputes.
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