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International Dispute Negotiation (IDN) is presented by CPR as an example of the ways professionals from different countries and backgrounds approach dispute resolution. The podcast is intended to help listeners understand the risks of disputes and shed insight on optimal ways of accepting, mitigating, and managing those risks in the real world, whether through mediation, arbitration, or litigation that arises far from home.
 
Learn how to resolve legal disputes or personal challenges through different collaborative concepts. We will work with spiritual principles through affirmations, meditations, music. Guests will discuss relevant issues regarding self empowerment and inspiration to guide others. As a lawyer, coach and facilitator, I work with clients every day to help empower them to resolve their disputes. If they can understand how any inner challenge they may be facing is affecting their outer circumstances ...
 
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Things are not always what we see them to be. A key lesson the Alice learns through the looking glass, and one that we can benefit from when we're faced with conflict. But how do you get to the other side? Rebecca Arndt is a licensed mediator with ten years experience and a preference for family mediation. Learn more at https://www.pazseeker.com/ L…
 
"Finances are the leading cause of stress in a relationship." It's something we've all heard before, and it wouldn't be a saying if it wasn't at least a little true. So when it comes to seeking financial advice, shouldn't a professional financial adviser know a little bit about relationships too? Wendy Mayfield certainly thinks so. She's on a missi…
 
How can Circles be used to promote peace and understanding through ritual, structure, and respectful listening? Lisa is a conflict resolution specialist and sought-after guest speaker whose work promotes dispute resolution, problem-solving, team building, and decision making. In 2007 she earned a Master of Arts in Dispute Resolution from SMU. Today…
 
Most of us don't realize how much stress we're carrying with us during the day. Think about your shoulders...are they tense right now? What about the muscles around your ears? What about your heart? Dana Garnett talks about how simply focusing on reducing stress can solve a lot of conflicts, and walks us through one of her calming exercises.…
 
This week's episode of Inner Conflict to Outer Resolution will focus on how we celebrate the freedoms we !n-joy this week. We will explore how interdependent you are in your relationships with others. Listen in and understand how to use your inner wisdom to heal past and current relationships to attract and align with that which serves your Highest…
 
Join host Anthony J. Diaz, Family Law attorney, Mediator and Life Coach, in exploring how to peacefully divorce and create a family life that works for everyone. Listen in to embrace this truth with our special guest Tallie Rabin-Claassen, Peaceful Divorce Coach, who will focus on how she supports others in creating a workable environment for paren…
 
Join host Anthony J. Diaz on this week's episode of Inner Conflict to Outer Resolution as we explore how to navigate the many transitions we experience in our life with ease and grace. Our special guest will be Melissa Debose Hankins, psychiatrist and coach, as we understand the different stages of change in transition and how to make it work effec…
 
Join host Anthony J. Diaz on this week's episode of Inner Conflict to Outer Resolution to explore how we are all perfect within all of our imperfections. Listen in and understand how to use our inner wisdom to heal past and current relationships to attract and align with that which serves our Highest Good. Experience a guided affirmative meditation…
 
Join host Anthony J. Diaz on this week's episode of Inner Conflict to Outer Resolution as we explore the genius within all of us and how to tap into our Inner Truth for all the answers we seek. Listen as we understand how to use our inner wisdom to heal past and current relationships to attract and align with that which serves your Highest Good. Ex…
 
Negotiation legend William Ury joins International Dispute Negotiation host Michael McIlwrath for the first of two parts. Listen now, because Part 2 will be here soon, on Monday, Dec. 5 In this first episode, the co-author of the essential ADR practitioner's book, "Getting to Yes," discusses building credibility and trust in negotiations; reducing …
 
IDN Episode No. 99, featuring Gary Born, a partner and chairman of the International Arbitration Group at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr in London, discussing a pledge that would make arbitration the default dispute resolution process in international commercial matters.
 
Why not a broader commitment to making international commercial arbitration the default rule--not the exceptional rule but the default rule--for resolving an important category of . . . international commercial disputes between an important category of players? Well, why not? International Dispute Negotiation host Michael McIlwrath's guest in this …
 
This week's new International Dispute Negotiation podcast debunks the push for products and services to address electronically stored information in cases involving international arbitration. The podcast makes the case that Just Say No is the real answer to questions about E-discovery in cross-border ADR.…
 
In the first of three parts, Prof. Clark Freshman of Hastings College of the Law and a consultant with the Paul Eckman group, both in San Francisco, explains how he trains people to spot emotions in negotiations. This week, Freshman discusses with IDN host Mike McIlwrath provocations that make negotiators afraid, and which breed contempt. Next epis…
 
In this week's Part II, IDN podcast host Mike McIlwrath, who is senior counsel at GE Infrastructure Oil and Gas, concludes his interview with his GE colleague Jay Brudz, senior counsel overseeing legal technology at the parent company. They discuss the future of legal technology in corporate law departments, and provide an inside look at how one of…
 
In episode 91 of CPR's International Dispute Negotiation podcast, hosted by Mike McIlwrath, Jay Brudz, senior counsel overseeing legal technology at General Electric Co, discusses the state of the art in dispute management from a corporate law department perspective.
 
Shortly after the CPR Institute's Annual Meeting early this year, IDN host Mike McIlwrath sat down for a discussion on the future of U.S. arbitration with Thomas J. Stipanowich, academic director of the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, at the Pepperdine University School of Law, in Malibu, Calif. Tom and Mike discuss in detail how domestic …
 
Jennifer Kirby, a Paris-based partner of London's Herbert Smith LLP, and former deputy secretary general of the International Chamber of Commerce's Court of International Arbitration, returns for Part II of "How Many Arbitrators?" The focus is on choosing a tribunal, and addresses why you want to negotiate for a sole arbitrator.…
 
Caroline Rees, director of the Governance & Accountability Program at Harvard University's Corporate Social Responsibility initiative, joins International Dispute Negotiation host Mike McIlwrath to discuss years of efforts and learning on a very tough topic, making development work better with indigenous cultures.…
 
Host Mike McIlwrath's guest for International Dispute Negotiation #84 is Glenn H. Shepard Jr., a medical anthropologist, who studies healing customs and traditions around the world. He has lived with the Matsigenka in Peru, a tribe that deals with conflict in an interesting way. The Matsigenka don't show emotions in public. That's bad manners. Disp…
 
Part 2 of a discussion on domestic and international disputes in the entertainment field with NBC Universal attorneys, Susan E. Weiner, executive vice president and deputy general counsel, and David L. Burg, who is senior vice president for litigation.
 
Disputes at a television network attract a great deal of attention, and need a great deal of conflict management skills. Not to mention cutting-edge tools. Two top lawyers at NBC Universal Inc. talk discovery, arbitration, mediation, and the nature of business disputes in the first of two parts.
 
IDN 80 guest Stefano Azzali explains the ADR innovations used by the Milan Chamber of Commerce's Court of National and International Arbitration. The Italy-based regional ADR provider is a lot more versatile than its name suggests. Azzali, who is the chamber court's secretary general, describes how mediation has become the the arbitration court's b…
 
Understand the brain, make better choices in ADR. In Part 2 of his discussion with the principals behind the nonprofit Master Mediation Institute, Robert A. Creo and Monique McKay, International Dispute Negotiation host Michael McIlwrath looks at the science of decision making--and "the science behind mediators" sense." As Mike noted in Part I last…
 
This week's podcast focuses on recent initiatives exploring the science of decision making and conflict resolution. Pittsburgh attorney-neutral and CPR website Master Mediator columnist Robert A. Creo returns to IDN to discuss the Master Mediator Institute, which he co-founded in 2008. The Institute focuses on the art and science of mediation, nego…
 
"Moving beyond the Salami" is just one of a big group of negotiating techniques discussed this week with Christian Duve, a partner in Freshfields Bruckinger Deringer in Frankfurt, Germany. These negotiations strive for agreement, of course, but they're also all about competition.
 
Why is U.S. justice so scary for the rest of the world? Why do European general counsel fear U.S. courts? It's not just the juries and the punitive damages, according to Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr., a legendary University of Pennsylvania Law School scholar and ethicist, who suggests that the problems with the U.S. court system are even deeper and more c…
 
The view on apologies from a veteran mediator: Robert A. Creo, a longtime friend of the CPR Institute, visits International Dispute Negotiation host Michael McIlwrath in Florence, Italy, to discuss why saying you are sorry can bring about a positive resolution.
 
Luca Radicati di Brozolo, a partner focusing on arbitration at the Bonelli Erede Pappalardo law firm in Milan, and Andrea Bernava, a litigation partner in the Chiomenti law firm's Rome and Milan offices, set out the current state of mediation and arbitration practices in Italy.
 
This week, IDN host Mike McIlwrath opens up about one of his employer's mediations. He does much more than pull back the curtains on General Electric Co.'s ADR processes and procedures in a personal injury case: He gathers the mediator, well-known U.K. neutral Tony Allen, and the employee, Gavin Slessor, of Scotland, who lost his right arm and leg …
 
Here's the finale of a three-part series distilled from Mike's final discussion with arbitration scholar Thomas Walde, who passed away in a household accident last October after these interviews were recorded. The concluding part covers the goal of the get together: Mike and Thomas look at actual arbitrator resumes, and discuss how they evaluate th…
 
This week, IDN host Mike McIlwrath returns to one of his favorite subjects, gathering information when choosing a neutral. It's the second of a three-part series distilled from Mike's final discussion with arbitration scholar Thomas Walde, who passed away in a household accident last October a couple of weeks after these interviews were recorded. I…
 
This week, more from IDN host Mike McIlwrath's conversation with Thomas Walde from last October, shortly before the arbitration scholar and theorist died in an accident. In IDN 47, which debuted on Oct. 24, less than two weeks after his untimely death, Walde discussed arbitration advocacy. Next week, Walde on what parties want in an arbitrator, and…
 
International Dispute Negotiation host Michael McIlwrath asks how long should it take to complete an arbitration. In-house attorneys, law-firm veterans, academics, and business executives all have expectations about arbitration. This week, Mike provides a compilation of answers about those expectations.…
 
This week's IDN podcast provides details on a Netherlands-based initiative targeted at improving and expanding mediation use worldwide. Michael Leathes, who heads the International Mediation Institute, a nonprofit based in the Hague, Netherlands, discusses in Part I of a two-part interview how his initiative accredit international mediators.…
 
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