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By Haig Oghigian   Arbitrators are supposed to be impartial and focus on the merits of a party’s position, but they are also human – which means a counsel’s unprofessional behavior has the potential to negatively impact his or her case. Although each arbitrator is of course different with individual preferences, opinions,...

Anaël Tchoulfian   Please note that contributions to our blog are not translated   Pas un jour ne passe depuis la fin des réjouissances du 31 décembre sans un commentaire de notre entourage quant aux résolutions du nouvel an. Qu'elles soient sincères ou de mauvaises foi, subies ou choisies, là n'est pas la question:...

 Claudette Van Zyl - MJDR Editor-in-Chief As a journal whose focus lies in dispute resolution, in coming to a conclusion on what would be the feature of our logo we thought that it would be interesting to look back at the first examples of dispute resolution in recorded human history: after...

Veuillez noter que les contributions de nos auteurs ne seront pas traduites.   We are pleased to present the first entry of the MJDR blog series, where updates will be posted by the MJDR editorial board regarding journal articles, MJDR news, and advancements in arbitration, negotiation, and mediation. In addition to introducing...