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KluwerArbitrationBlog

19 Feb 2017
by Remy Gerbay

Due Process Paranoia (Part 2): Assessing the Enforcement Risk under the English Arbitration Act

The first blog in this two-part series, published last year, discussed the growing concern of arbitration users over “due process paranoia”. In that first blog, due process paranoia was defined as the perceived reluctance by arbitral tribunals to act decisively (for example by rejecting applications for extensions of time, refusing amendments to submissions, rejecting new... Continue reading The post Due Process Paranoia (Part 2): Assessing the Enforcement Risk under the English Arbitration Act appeared first on Kluwer Arbitration Blog . …
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KluwerMediationBlog

4 Feb 2017
by Daphné d'Hennezel

How To Mutually Gain Experience in Mediation? Mentoring Young Mediators: a Win-Win Situation: An Interview with French renowned mediator, Claude Amar

We all know how difficult it is for newly-trained mediators to gain practical exposure in this field, where competency is so heavily based on one’s breadth and depth of experience. The next few generations of mediators need experienced mediators to help them break the “chicken vs. egg” cycle so they can gain initial experience, hone... Continue reading The post How To Mutually Gain Experience in Mediation? Mentoring Young Mediators: a Win-Win Situation: An Interview with French renowned mediator, Claude Amar appeared first on Kluwer Mediation Blog . …

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