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Spotlight On India: Mediation Reform And The Big Implementation Problem

Spotlight On India: Mediation Reform And The Big Implementation Problem

The mediation movement in India has had strong supporters who have tirelessly worked on setting up court-annexed centres and starting the conversation on mediation for over two decades now. India, today, has accelerated reform in the commercial dispute resolution space starting with the arbitration ordinance, bankruptcy laws on specialised tribunals and now the Commercial Courts (Amendment) Ordinance, 2018 (‘CCA’) which introduces ‘pre-institution mediation’. Continue reading →

Posted by Ishana Tripathi in GPC, News, 0 comments
The Federal Bar Association’s ‘The Resolver’ Publishes Article on the GPC Series

The Federal Bar Association’s ‘The Resolver’ Publishes Article on the GPC Series

The Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the Federal Bar Association of the United States has published a piece on the Global Pound Conference series in their Spring 2018 issue of The Resolver, highlighting lessons learned and where to go from here, especially considering the aggregate data results from all 28 Global GPCs compared to the eight North American Series events.

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Posted by Ruxandra Gheorghe in GPC, News

What’s A Pound Worth? The Conversation Continues…

Since 2001, the Union Internationale des Avocats World Forum of Mediation Centres (UIAWFMC) has brought together the best commercial dispute resolution professionals and representatives from ADR centres around the world. Its purpose is to foster the exchange of views on the development of ADR (with a focus on mediation), enhance knowledge, consider emerging best practices and learn from other cultures. The Forum takes place every 9 months in a different international venue. Read more

Posted by Natasha Mellersh in GPC, News
From Conference Series To Global Community – What’s Next For The GPC?

From Conference Series To Global Community – What’s Next For The GPC?

As the Global Pound Conference Series 2016-17 draws to a close,  it is time to take stock and consider how both the data analysis and conversations from each event might inform the future of Dispute Resolution.

As an academic, I am wary to avoid drawing conclusions before the final analysis is complete; but as contributor to the series from design to data analysis , I would like to share some of the themes I see emerging from this ambitious project.

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European Disputes Trends

European Disputes Trends

Today is Europe Day! What better way to celebrate than to look at the dispute resolution trends in the recently published rule of law data across the European Union. This year marks the 60th anniversary of the historical ‘Schuman declaration‘ and the existence of the Treaty of Rome – which led to six decades of peace and integration in Europe.

At a time where media attention has primarily focused on the challenges faced in the region, there has at times been little focus on the many areas of progress within the European Union. However, following the recent French elections, there is fresh hope within the EU for dialogue and reconciliation among existing Member States, although there is still much work to be done.

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Posted by Natasha Mellersh in GPC