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- Social Networks and International Law
International social networks are constantly changing and adapting to the responses and needs of various citizens through several countries. This means tighter control and rigid laws in place sometimes, but there may also be more freedom for users that could lead to complications and legal entanglements.
- Mandatory Mediation Process Employed in Cases in Italy
In Italy, mandatory mediation was necessary for many different cases. The regulation was removed for almost a year only to become adopted again with significant modifications.
- What Happens in a Legal Mediation Proceeding?
There are several ways that a California business dispute can be resolved, but litigation is usually not the preferred method for doing so.
- Pennsylvania Alternative Dispute Resolution Basics
Pennsylvania provides numerous avenues for alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation and arbitration, which can help save time and money, make the litigation process less stressful, and maximize the possibility of recovery. Read on to learn more.
- How Mediation Can Help Resolve Complex Corporate Disputes
Mediation is often the best manner to resolve conflict when there is a dispute or argument between two parties. When a corporation has a disagreement about a transaction, product, service or other matter, it may be most beneficial to resolve the concern through mediating the problem with the person or entity.
- Is Social Media Protected by the First Amendment?
On February 27, 2017, for the first time, the U.S. Supreme Court discussed social media in the context of the First Amendment, recognizing social media as “a crucially important channel of political communication,” arguably deserving of First Amendment protection.
- Why Divorce Mediation Might Not Work
Couples do not always agree on everything when they are considering a divorce.
- Considerations in Settling a California Dispute
[There are] advantages of filing a lawsuit, even where you know from the outset that the other party will likely agree to settle, so you can use a “Stipulated Judgment”, under CA Code of Civ. Procedure § 664.6 to aid in collection efforts if the settlement is not timely paid.
- Winning Mediation Strategies
Next to trial, mediation can be the most crucial day of litigating your case. That’s why it's important to spend time and effort having the case "trial ready" prior to even agreeing to mediate.
- What Is a Motion to Compel Mediation?
Most judges require mediation before a contested family law hearing or a trial because it is so successful. Most mediations result in a mediated settlement agreement, or “M.S.A.”