This accessible, practical guide to the terms used in mediation consists of 360 alphabetical entries ranging from Absentees, Academy of Experts via Confidentiality and Contingency Fees to Zero Sum and ZOPA. All types of mediation are covered: civil and commercial, family, workplace and community although the emphasis will be on civil and commercial. Whilst primarily based on UK material, Mediation: An A-Z Guide draws on material from other countries, in particular the USA, Australia , Nigeria, and India. Each listed term has an explanation, comment, and symbols showing which type of meditation it has most relevance to, any country for which it has especial relevance, and any cases and legislation. The case name and reference and/or the relevant piece of legislation is provided in order to give the necessary pointers to those who would like to find more information on a particular case or piece of legislation. This affordable and portable title will benefit those practicing in, or interested in, mediation. [Subject: Mediation Law, Business & Management, Corporate & Business Strategy, Industry Psychology]
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Stephen Walker practices as a civil and commercial mediator and has conducted over 300 civil and commercial mediations. He has undertaken specialised training in family and workplace mediation and advanced training with MATA and is dual certified in the USA through INADR. Stephen is a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitration and also a visiting lecturer in mediation at Kings College London. He was also a judge at the ICI International Mediation Competition in Paris in 2014 and 2015; and a speaker and panelist at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Dispute Appointment Convention in November 2014 and the ADR Group's Annual Oxford Conference in 2014. Publications * Mediaton Advocacy: Representing Clients in Mediation (Bloomsbury Professional, 2015) * Contributor to How to Master Commercial Mediation (David Richbell, Bloomsbury Professional, 2014) - chapter on mediating shareholder disputes and warranty claims * Advising and Representing Clients At Mediation (co-written with David Smith, Wildy Practice Guide, 2013)Review:
There are many myths about mediation that this book dispels clearly and succinctly...In a crowded market, you should buy this invaluable book because it explains concepts and jargon in non-academic language...This book will prepare you in this fast-changing world to mediate your dispute using your telephone or laptop without leaving your desk and, if you prefer, from anywhere in the world. -- Rebecca Attree The Law Society Gazette It is very readable in a 'pick up and flick through' way...a very useful reminder of the many and often useful approaches to mediation and the terminology used...it is evident that Stephen Walker is very passionate about the process of mediation and ADR and athough some of the content may be seen to be subjective...he is generally near the mark with the comments given...by following the references I was treated to more than I was expecting!...I can certainly see it being a useful addition to the bookshelf of those who might find themselves involved in or needing to know about mediation or ADR. -- Sue Bayram QDR MAE The Expert and Dispute Resolver, Vol 22 No 1 ...a comprehensive mixture of information and advice from the theoretical to the practical...browse, dip in, use as a reference book and a stimulus to further thought. These would all be good ways to make the most of what is a very interesting and informative book. -- Jane Fender-Allison Civil Engineering Surveyor
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