The perils of refusing to mediate

Mediation is an opportunity to better understand your opponent's case as well as the weaknesses of your own position, says Danielle De Val

The changing landscape of arbitration in Asia

Asia is a big market for business and increasing user demand drives changes for commercial arbitration in the region, says Andrew Aglionby

ADR and public procurement

A different approach needs to be taken where there is a battle over a contract that serves the public interest, reminds Michael Bowsher

NHS to trial new mediation pilot

Trial initiative hopes to resolve disputes involving a fatality or insufficient care of elderly patients

Arbitration: the new Court of Appeal for dispute boards

Cyril Chern discusses the newest established form of adjudication that is key to resolving global construction disputes

How to win friends and influence people

In negotiation, differences can actually mean solutions, says Carlyn Weale

Do more than just belong: ensure you participate

Ignoring a request for arbitration on the basis of a jurisdictional issue may prove expensive, says Thierry De Poerck