Arbitration Cases (I Wish I Had Mediated), Mediation Cases (I Wish I Had Arbitrated) and Applying Arbitral Skills in Mediation
Justice may be blind, but it is not always just. An order in a child custody battle may not serve the interests of the children and likely does not promote harmony between warring parents who must negotiate lifelong relationships with each other because of those children.
The ABA’s official endorsement of commercial (or as it termed it, “business-to-business”) arbitration is a major accomplishment.
CCA Fellows have adapted. They have risen to the challenges of refocusing the means by which arbitration services are provided in today’s new reality.
It Is Not the Strongest of the Species that Survives But the Most Adaptable: The Case For Online Commercial Arbitration
Variations of the quote “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change,” are often attributed to Charles Darwin. Those may have not been Darwin’s exact words but the point stands that survival requires adaptation.
When I first became a commercial arbitrator, I would have loved to have had easy access to the best arbitrators to learn how they resolved business disputes, in court and in alternative dispute resolution settings.