Enforcing mediated settlement NOW in a flat world

Free Webinar: Enforcing mediated settlement NOW in a flat world

Free Webinar: Enforcing mediated settlement NOW in a flat world

The editor of eCCO Magazine would like to draw readers’ attention to a free Webinar: Enforcing mediated settlement NOW in a flat world –  International Mediation Institute (IMI) Certified Mediators David Weiss, Laura Kaster, Jennifer Brandt, and Robert Margulies will be delivering this session on Friday 8 May, at 3:00 pm Central European Time / 9:00 am New Jersey.

The Global Mediation Exchange Center (GMXC) and Laura Kaster, Jennifer Brandt, David Weiss and Robert Margulies invite to join IMI for a seminar on the groundbreaking New Jersey Statute that affords the opportunity right now to obtain Consent Awards after a mediated resolution of cross-border disputes. This is what family and small and large businesses across the globe have been demanding.

This exciting program is cosponsored by International Mediation Institute and is academically supported by the Institute for Dispute Resolution (IDR) to advance cross-border business.

To learn more about the topic read the details here.

“IMI is the only organization in the world that transcends local jurisdictions to develop global, professional standards for mediators and advocates involved in collaborative dispute resolution and negotiation. IMI convenes stakeholders, promotes understanding of mediation, and disseminates skills. IMI is not a service provider.” Read more about IMI.

“The New Jersey City University Institute for Dispute Resolution (IDR) under the platform of the School of Business aims to promote international negotiation and mediation techniques to manage disputes in cross border commercial and general conflict resolution forums. The IDR applies these principles through behavior in the fields of mediation discipline and negotiation paradigms. The Transdisciplinary approach to curriculum integration resolves the boundaries between the conventional disciplines and organizes teaching and learning around the construction of meaning in the context of real-world problems or themes.”  

Read more about IDR.


Source: NJCU IDR / IMI



Source: NJCU / IDR