Category Archives: ADR – Alternate Dispute Resolution

ADR – Alternate Dispute Resolution includes dispute resolution processes and techniques that act as a means for disagreeing parties to come to a win-win position to prevent the lengthy process of litigation.

Difference between types of Alternative Dispute Resolution

Introduction  Alternative Dispute Resolution, as the name suggests is the method of solving a private/personal dispute outside the court of law. There are several advantages of ADR which include speedy administration of justice, prevention from long waiting hours, self-paced process, client-friendly process, cost-effective process, and so on. ADR is the future of law. Actually, some commentators have cautioned… Read More »

Marital Mediation

“Mediation is a process by which an impartial third person (sometimes more than one person) helps parties to resolve disputes through mutual concessions and face-to-face bargaining… The mediator does not force parties to settle their dispute but tries to convince them that they and their family will benefit from reaching an agreement. The mediator helps the parties understand… Read More »

International Cases of Successful Mediation

This article deals with international cases of successful mediation. With the advent of the various international institutions which provide mediation services to their international customers, confidentiality is maintained to the highest level possible of the counties. However, there are successful case counts showing internationally successful mediation sessions concerning different international parties. INTERNATIONAL MEDIATION The cases where the mediation… Read More »

Workplace Mediation – Meaning, Objective and Advantages

Introduction Workplace mediation is a type of mediation followed in the disputes which are an amalgamation of all the labour, employee and industrial disputes mainly related to the professional arena. This includes labour strikes, professional mistakes, employer-employee disputes, employee disputes etc. All kinds of organizations -public or private have three important considerations in common -Reputation, Reliability and Revenue. … Read More »

Negotiation – Meaning, Scope, Advantage & Disadvantage

Negotiation meaning: Negotiation is the process of dispute resolution between parties, through mutual understanding and agreement where there is no involvement of the third party. Introduction Negotiation as the name suggests means discussion with the objective to solve the issue at hand which is also called the negotiation problem. Nelson Mandela mentioned that “Negotiation and discussion are the greatest… Read More »

Ethical Standards in Mediation

There are certain common principals which are followed by the mediators at the time of the mediation session. Several organizations have draft ground rules for the mediators to follow. The Common Ethical standards followed in the Mediation Process are – Impartiality, Integrity, Confidentiality, Honesty, Self-Determination etc.  Introduction Mediation is a client-driven process. Here the parties appoint a neutral third party to mediate in a… Read More »

Negotiation Strategies

There are several strategies that one can adopt to effectively continue the negotiation process but here we will discuss 4 major Negotiation Strategies: 1.Bargaining, 2.Roger Fisher And William L. Ury, 3. BATNA, ZOPA. Introduction Negotiation is a subtle art which is often used these days by the scholars and the critics of the legal fraternity. Patricia Bizzell and Bruce… Read More »