Data Analysis

What’s A Pound Worth? The Conversation Continues…

Since 2001, the Union Internationale des Avocats World Forum of Mediation Centres (UIAWFMC) has brought together the best commercial dispute resolution professionals and representatives from ADR centres around the world. Its purpose is to foster the exchange of views on the development of ADR (with a focus on mediation), enhance knowledge, consider emerging best practices and learn from other cultures. The Forum takes place every 9 months in a different international venue. Read more

Posted by Emma-May Litchfield and Danielle Hutchinson in ADR, Data Analysis, Dispute Management, Mediation

From Conference Series To Global Community – What’s Next For The GPC?

eric-didier-271433.jpgAs the Global Pound Conference Series 2016-17 draws to a close,  it is time to take stock and consider how both the data analysis and conversations from each event might inform the future of Dispute Resolution.

As an academic, I am wary to avoid drawing conclusions before the final analysis is complete; but as contributor to the series from design to data analysis , I would like to share some of the themes I see emerging from this ambitious project.

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Posted by Emma-May Litchfield in Access To Justice, ADR, Data Analysis, LOC Coverage, Mediation

GPC Hong Kong – A Mandate For Change

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The Global Pound Conference event in Hong Kong saw over 200 delegates assemble to identify trends and cultural preferences in commercial dispute resolution. Hong Kong’s Secretary for Justice, Chief Justice and Solicitor General headlined the conference, underlining the government and judiciary’s high engagement with the initiative.

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Posted by Anita Phillips in ADR, Data Analysis, LOC Coverage, Mediation

European Disputes Trends

European flags in BrusselsToday is Europe Day! What better way to celebrate than to look at the dispute resolution trends in the recently published rule of law data across the European Union. This year marks the 60th anniversary of the historical ‘Schuman declaration‘ and the existence of the Treaty of Rome – which led to six decades of peace and integration in Europe.

At a time where media attention has primarily focused on the challenges faced in the region, there has at times been little focus on the many areas of progress within the European Union. However, following the recent French elections, there is fresh hope within the EU for dialogue and reconciliation among existing Member States, although there is still much work to be done.

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Posted by Natasha Mellersh in Data Analysis
Ten Takeaways From The GPC Data

Ten Takeaways From The GPC Data

summary of the aggregate data from seven GPC events (Singapore, Mexico City, Lagos, New York, Geneva, Toronto and Madrid) was recently published on the GPC website. The Mediator Academy has distilled the report down into 10 interesting takeaways. The infographic focuses on the key areas – party desires, needs and expectations, current practice, promoting access to justice and ways in which to improve commercial dispute resolution.

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Posted by Mediator Academy in ADR, Data Analysis

Ambitious Goals And Global Plans: Analysing The GPC Series Data

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The cumulated data of the first seven events (in Singapore, Mexico City, Lagos, New York, Geneva, Toronto and Madrid) of the Global Pound Conference Series that took place in 2016, shows that the preferences and priorities of parties involved in commercial and civil disputes differ from what providers perceive and offer. In other words, there are gaps between the “demand” and “supply” sides in the dispute resolution market.

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Posted by Mansi Karol in ADR, Data Analysis

It’s A Numbers Game: Diversity And Inclusion In International Dispute Resolution

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As a largely private mechanism for dispute resolution, international commercial arbitration has been shielded from scrutiny in relation to the composition of its arbitral tribunals. For years, the arbitration institutions did not publish data in relation to the gender, nationality or race of arbitrators appointed to hear disputes. However, this situation is changing. Read more

Posted by Lucy Greenwood in ADR, Data Analysis

‘Linking Your Thinking’ To Satisfy Your Clients

Небесные струныDo you want to make sure that your commercial clients are happy with the dispute resolution services you are providing? Are you committed to tailoring your business to meet their needs? Irrespective of whether your clients are ‘dispute-savvy’ or still finding their way into the world of commercial dispute resolution, there are things that you can do to make sure you meet their expectations.

The Global Pound Conference is travelling around the world asking commercial users, judges, mediators, lawyers, academics and government officials to share everything they know about the best ways to meet the expectations of commercial clients. After analysing the feedback from the first 350 respondents, we have identified three steps that can help you meet the expectations of your commercial clients. Read more

Posted by Emma-May Litchfield and Danielle Hutchinson in ADR, Data Analysis, LOC Coverage