Jame Demo’s documentary follows “The Peacemaker” over a five-year period….
“Edith+Eddie” is a gripping documentary that takes a look at a couple in their 90’s caught in an intense family conflict over caring for an ageing parent.
George Clooney and John Prendergast, co-founders of the Sentry, have a lot to say on the key to making peace in Africa….
Country songwriter Shane McAnally is taking his dispute with ASCAP (performance rights organization) to arbitration over approximately $1.3 million that he says he is owed….
Sometimes current events provide a perfect storm to educate about arbitration basics. This is one of those occasions. Here are questions that friends and colleagues–or rather storming mad people–have asked me in the past day or so….
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The so-called “ten duel commandments” reveal that the whole ritual of dueling actually incorporates a system based on negotiation. In the song that lays out the commandments of dueling, note that they provide at least three opportunities to back away from going through with the contest. At the outset, the person challenged can avoid a duel by apologizing
Why should we even listen to them? They have nothing to say to us. They’ll just make us angry. They lied to us, and we can’t trust anything they say. Anyway, they can’t possibly win, if there is any justice. What they did was wrong, and blatantly illegal.
Chris wrote and taught extensively on dispute resolution and ethics and was active in calling for new ethical rules to govern collaborative law.
A year-old lawsuit over an unauthorized Duke Nukem game has settled outside of court: “Gearbox, which brought Duke Nukem Forever to completion after 12 years in development limbo, filed suit against 3D Realms over the announced (and since altered) Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction.”
Remember when we used to lament the fact that there were no mediation tv shows? Well we had Fairly Legal which was farcically formulaic and often a bit silly. Now we have Untying the Knot, a new reality series on the Bravo network.
The legal battle between former EXO member Kris and Korean record label SM Entertainment will continue past the initial mediation since no agreement was reached.