arbitration

When “Evident Miscalculation” modifies Arbitration Award

The Supreme Court of Mississippi issued a new opinion that sheds light on a topic that doesn’t come up often: when can an arbitration...
Members of the PEM ADR April 2019 Batch

Who is an ADR Practitioner?

Article by April 2019 Batch of Professional Executive Master in Alternative Dispute Resolution (PEM ADR) at Institute Of Paralegal Training And Leadership Studies(IPLS), Ghana  ABSTRACT In...
Affected workers need to understand their suspension

Suspension from work without pay

Suspension from work, without pay (unpaid suspension), is the temporary removal of an employee from performing his/her work duties and from receiving pay, as...
Productivity suffers from employee absenteeism

How to overcome Worker Absenteeism

Absenteeism is a common vocabulary faced by almost all employers. Continued absenteeism can be damaging to an organisation, as there is potential loss of...
Avoid the courts if you can

Do you want to get out of court?

By Edmund Mingle Claimants, in civil cases, go to court for varied reasons. Some initiate court litigation to seek compensation, retrieve property or money owed...
High Court complex in Accra

Mediating in the shadow of the courts: Formality and informality

By Charlie Irvine It’s good to see authors on this blog referencing academic research on decision-making. Similarly, a new chapter by Singapore judicial mediator Dorcas Quek...