ADR Times Relaunches Its Robust Publishing Platform To Help Parties Effectively Resolve Disputes

Centralized deployment of an interconnected CMS grants direct access to practical ADR knowledge, for all – including resources for 80% of non-litigated disputes and their disputants. Irvine, CA – August 10th, 2020 The highly fragmented field of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) encompasses a wide range of dispute resolution processes and techniques that act as a …

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Arbitrating in the Age of Zoom

The new norm of social distancing, and a recent decision out of the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, are changing the way arbitration are conducted. Now is the time to update the arbitration provisions in your contracts to take advantage of these changes the next time you have to arbitrate a dispute.

Unmet Human Needs

Humans need a number of essentials to survive. According to the renowned psychologist Abraham Maslow and the conflict scholar John Burton, these essentials go beyond just food, water, and shelter. 

Gorillas in the mist

Counting passes of a basketball. Sounds easy, doesn’t it? But there is a famous experiment which shows that many people get so engrossed in a simple task such as counting passes by a group of basketball players that they completely fail to notice the guy in the gorilla suit who walks through the room. 

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