What COVID-19 reveals about Ghana’s justice system and what needs to change

By Raymond A. Atuguba, University of Ghana Next to the health and economic sectors, the legal and justice sectors of countries have been prominent in the...
Courts remain closed in the global shutdown

COVID-19 and Online Dispute Resolution. It’s a Whole New World

By Harry N. Mazadoorian Online Dispute Resolution, or ODR, in its broadest definition refers to the coupling of technology with ADR. It has been a growing...
Resolving energy disputes in Zim — Lessons from Ghana

Resolving energy disputes in Zim — Lessons from Ghana

AS a matter of basic investment prudence, it is incumbent upon a foreign investor to ascertain the laws that are applicable in the sector...
Mediation promotes negotiation to acceptable points

Bracketing in Mediation: When to Use It and Why It Works

By Joshua Fruchter (Merge Mediation Group) Participants in mediations will be familiar with bracketing — a technique widely used by mediators to bridge seemingly insurmountable...
Catalan leader calls for mediation with Spain over independence

Why mediation is needed now more than ever

As students and professionals from countries spanning the globe descend on Paris, France for the 15th ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition, Oliver Carroll and...

HR superpowers for 2020: Your guide to being a great HR leader

It’s been an incredible year for HR professionals all across Asia – from tackling work-life integration by finding ways to reduce stress to using...