Resources

Dispute handling administration

30 June 2021
Mapping the family relationships’ system: The strategic use of a genogram
Journal article | June 2021 | Available for purchase & free for members

This article has been extracted from the Resolution Institute journal The Arbitrator and Mediator June 2021.

Written by Mieke Brandon

Tags: Family mediation, Mediation, Mediation management.
30 June 2021
Security of Costs, a Cautionary Tale
Journal article | June 2021 | Available for purchase & free for members

This article has been extracted from the Resolution Institute journal The Arbitrator and Mediator June 2021.

Written by Richard Chesterman

Tags: Arbitration, Arbitration management, Security of Costs
30 June 2021
The insolvency and arbitration intersection: A review of recent regional approaches to the question of arbitrability
Journal article | June 2021 | Available for purchase & free for members

This article has been extracted from the Resolution Institute journal The Arbitrator and Mediator June 2021.

Written by Sylvia Tee and Andy Lau

Tags: Arbitration, Arbitrability, Insolvency
30 June 2021
When does an arbitrator enter upon the reference?
Journal article | June 2021 | Available for purchase & free for members

This article has been extracted from the Resolution Institute journal The Arbitrator and Mediator June 2021.

Written by Dr Richard Manly QC and Toby Shnookal QC

Tags: Arbitration, Arbitration management
30 September 2020
Due Process Paranoia in Arbitral Proceedings: Myth or Reality?
Journal article | September 2020 | Available for purchase & free for members

This article has been extracted from the Resolution Institute journal The Arbitrator and Mediator September 2020.

Written by Paul Obo Idornigie, Enuma U Moneke and Ogochukwu Juliet Mgbakogu

Tags: Due process, Dispute resolution, legislation, appeals, arbitration
28 May 2020
What is ‘Conflict Management Coaching’ and how is it being used in the DR field?
Webinar recording | Online | Available for purchase

Conflict Management Coaching (aka conflict coaching) has grown exponentially since the early 2000’s. This process provides a methodology that assists people to independently manage their interpersonal disputes, or to more confidently engage in mediation and other DR process.

Tags: Conflict management coaching
15 April 2020
What MODRON can offer: the value it can add for dispute resolution professionals
Webinar recording | Online | Available for purchase

Nathan Polito, the founder of MODRON highlights for participants, through demonstration and discussion, the features of MODRON, what MODRON offers and the value add it has, as opposed to other platforms, for dispute resolution professionals.

Tags: Dispute resolution online
31 March 2020
An Analysis of the Complexity of Power in Facilitative Mediation and Practical Strategies for Ensuring a Fair Process
Journal article | March 2020 | Available for purchase & free for members

This article has been extracted from the Resolution Institute journal The Arbitrator and Mediator March 2020.

Written by Mieke Brandon and Rachael Field

Tags: Mediation, dispute handling administration, Power
31 March 2020
Case Note A Case of Court Intervention in Appointing an Arbitrator Rirratjingu v Galpu Parties & Anor [2019] NTSC 77
Case Note | March 2020 | Available for purchase & free for members

This Case Note has been extracted from the Resolution Institute journal The Arbitrator and Mediator March 2020.

Written by Erika Williams and Georgia Christie

Tags: Arbitration, Indigenous arbitration, Court Appointed Arbitration
31 March 2020
Case Note Nu-Fortune Gold Ltd v Roxbury Trading Pty Ltd [No 3] [2019] WASC 469
Case Note | March 2020 | Available for purchase & free for members

This case note has been extracted from the Resolution Institute journal The Arbitrator and Mediator March 2020.

Written by Erika Williams and Max Crane

Tags: Arbitration, Arbitration Clauses, Judicial Review
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