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The Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business Volume 41a

By Christian Campbell


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The Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business

International Mediation

Edited by Christian Campbell

About this book:

In this volume of  The Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business, Volume published under the auspices of the Center for Legal International Studies, lawyers from different jurisdictions examine developments relating not only to the framework for cross-border mediation, such as the Singapore Convention or inter-State disputes, but also to specific issues, such as mediator ethics and conflicts of interest, even exploring the neural science of conflict dynamics. One response has been the proliferation of mediation process between disputing parties and interactive negotiation assisted by a neutral third party using specialized negotiation and communication techniques. While mediation is not focused on the identification and application of legal rights and duties in the way that adjudication is, its success remains dependent on a legal framework that is still evolving in most jurisdictions and especially across borders.

What’s in this book:

Among the broad spectrum of aspects of the subject in different jurisdiction, the book covers such issues and topics as the following:

  • communication and conflict dynamics;
  • enforcement of mediated settlement agreements;
  • relevance of codes of conduct and ethical guidelines;
  • mediation for settlement and prevention of inter-State conflicts;
  • flexibility and quality in mediation training; and
  • mediation culture and mediation practice.

How this will help you:

As a scrutiny of the updated developments in the legal fields by practitioners and experts, this yearbook helps readers gain insight into national and regional perspectives on the implementation and utility of international mediation. This volume aids in understanding the impact of such legal developments in practice and provides a conceptual framework that can help in a better understanding of the behavior of people in relationship and some of the impediments that must be overcome in working through conflict to resolution. Thus, this book serves as a source of knowledge for lawyers and academics to comprehend the changing legal rules and regulations and to confidently apply them in solving problems.



Last Updated 03/24/2020
Product Line Kluwer Law International
ISBN 9789403522357
SKU 10057420-0053
Table of Contents

How the Brain’s Neural Encoding Function Contributes to Communication and Conflict Dynamics

The United Nations Convention on International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation: Its Genesis, Negotiation and Future

Enforcement of Mediated Settlement Agreements under the Singapore Convention and the UNCITRAL Model Law: An Argument for the Opt-In Model

Mediators’ Code of Conduct and Ethical Guidelines — A Comparative Analysis

Mediation for Settlement and Prevention of Inter-State Conflicts

Can You Leave Your Hat On? An Empirical Study of Med-Arb/Arb-Med in China

Mediation in Germany

Mediation in Brazil: Recent Practice

Assuring Flexibility and Quality in Mediation Training: The Emergence of a Common Regulatory Framework

Inspiration of Mediation Culture and Mediation Practice

Dispute Boards: A Different Approach to Dispute Resolution