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Direct testimony in arbitration, especially international arbitration, is often in the form of a written witness statement, rather than orally at a hearing. So, too, in the courts of England and Wales.
The Covid‐19 pandemic has been referred to as a liminal point in time—the “in‐between.” It is a good time to pause and evaluate where we are as individuals and as an ADR profession.
In the September 2020 column, I concluded that, contrary to my expectations, remote mediation can work and, at times, can be more effective than a traditional series of meetings.
Editor's Note: The adaptation below is from G. Richard Shell's new HarperCollins Leadership book, “The Conscience Code: Lead With Your Values. Advance Your Career.” The book, published last month, sets out to help readers “deal more effectively with an increasingly urgent problem in professional...
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