Introduction 1. Conflict, Disputes, and their Resolution 2. Dispute Resolution Processes 3. The Roles of the Mediator and the Disputing Parties at Each Step of the Mediation Process 4. Dealing with Difficulties 5. Mediation and the Law - Nancy H. Rogers 6. So You'd Like to be a Mediator?
Stephen B. Goldberg, Professor Emeritus, Pritzker School of Law, Northwestern University, USA, Jeanne M. Brett, DeWitt W. Buchanan, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Dispute, Resolution and Organizations, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, USA Beatrice Blohorn-Brenneur, Mediator at the Council of Europe, Judge (Ret.), Paris, France Nancy H. Rogers, Professor Emeritus and Emeritus Moritz Chair in Alternative Dispute Resolution, Moritz College of Law, Ohio State University, USA
Describing mediation as a dispute resolution process in which a neutral third party without authority to impose an outcome helps the disputing parties resolve their differences, Goldberg and all explain the process for people who might like to become mediators and for judges and arbitrators who seek to mediate rather than decide some disputes. They cover conflict, disputes, and their resolution; dispute resolution processes; the roles of the mediator and the disputing parties at each step of the mediation process; dealing with difficulties; mediation and the law; and being a mediator. -- Annotation (c)2017 Ringgold Inc. * (protoview.com) *