Posted, here, is the annual report from the Carnegie Endowment on its efforts this year in advancing the cause of peace among nations, hastening the renunciation of war as an instrument of national policy, encouraging and promoting methods for the peaceful settlement of international differences and for increasing international understanding and concord, and, finally, aiding in the development of international law and the acceptance by all nations of the principles underlying such law.View Report
Pop-Topics: Conflict Resolution Locally & Globally
Thursday, April 16, 2015 4:00‐6:00pm
Location Host: U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO)
441 G St, NW, Washington, DC 20548
Arbitration and confidentiality clauses can hide significant information from investors.
Take a closer look at the arbitration process you’ll have to use if you have a dispute with your broker. Among other shortcomings, the process lacks legal standards that can help or hurt your case.
It’s been believed and now it is confirmed, in mediation, creative solutions can be achieved. (The recent mediation in Detroit, featured on the home page, is a solid example.) A study in Denmark and Norway, in 2014, the subject of an article in Negotiation Journal (October, 2014), found that the majority of civil cases that were mediated–divorce; probate; contracts–produced creative solutions, defined as solutions that contained elements beyond those that were reported in the court filings.