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  • Alabama ADR News » Crimestoppers Annual Awards Luncheon awards Pete Cobb
    1 November 2012 5 October 2012 2 September 2012 1 August 2012 1 July 2012 1 June 2012 3 May 2012 2 March 2012 2 January 2012 2 December 2011 2 November 2011 3 October 2011 4 August 2011 4 July 2011 3 June 2011 2 March 2011 7 December 2010 5 August 2010 5 April 2010 2 March 2010 1 February 2010 2 December 2009 3 October 2009 1 September 2009 1 August 2009 2 July 2009 2 April 2009 1 February 2009 1 October 2008 1 September 2008 1 We Remember Mediator Charles Booth Esq Birmingham Family and Foreclosure Mediation Programs highlighted in Jere Beasley Report Crimestoppers Annual Awards Luncheon Pete Cobb Pete Cobb at the Crimestoppers Annual Awards Luncheon Pete Cobb Esq Chair Alabama Supreme Court Commission on Dispute Resolution accepts thanks CrimeStoppers Peer Mediation Program was a 2014 grantee of the Commission and Pete Cobb Esq of Balch Bingham LLP Montgomery attended the luncheon and accepted thanks for Commission support Category ADR Peer Mediation Posted on January 22nd 2015 Comments are closed Find by Tag Alabama Roster Applications Appellate Appellate Mediation Arbitration Awards case management Conflict Resolution Elder Environmental Conflict Resolution Ethics experiences Facebook Family Courts

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  • Alabama ADR News » Portraits of Restorative Justice Video
    4 August 2013 2 May 2013 5 April 2013 3 February 2013 2 January 2013 3 December 2012 1 November 2012 5 October 2012 2 September 2012 1 August 2012 1 July 2012 1 June 2012 3 May 2012 2 March 2012 2 January 2012 2 December 2011 2 November 2011 3 October 2011 4 August 2011 4 July 2011 3 June 2011 2 March 2011 7 December 2010 5 August 2010 5 April 2010 2 March 2010 1 February 2010 2 December 2009 3 October 2009 1 September 2009 1 August 2009 2 July 2009 2 April 2009 1 February 2009 1 October 2008 1 September 2008 1 Stories from Alabama Mediators ADR BLAWGS for fun and learning Portraits of Restorative Justice Video Video Take some time to watch the Restorative Justice video on Victim Offender Conferencing View the Video Portraits of Restorative Justice Tags Restorative Justice Category ADR Videos Posted on October 7th 2008 Comments are closed Find by Tag Alabama Roster Applications Appellate Appellate Mediation Arbitration Awards case management Conflict Resolution Elder Environmental Conflict Resolution Ethics experiences Facebook Family Courts Family Mediation Foreclosure Mediation hearing Mediation Mediation Week Negotiation Peer Mediation Private Judging Pro Bono Public Policy

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  • Alabama ADR News » Wednesday, October 14th, 2015
    We have an accident We make decisions that affect others How good it is to have a mediator a trained conflict resolution specialist to help you talk it out with the other people involved To get to the heart of the matter to turn what might have been sad an economic loss anger a tragedy to something of value to something positive And to do it quickly not years later A mediator is a neutral who works hard to find the interests of the people involved and make sure those are known to everyone Interests often involve more than just money while money is the only thing available if the conflict is resolved in court The interest behind a demand for a 35 450 settlement may be the concern of future medical bills the desire to purchase health insurance to cover unforeseen issues wanting an apology having to care for an individual the need to find out what really happened Or all of those A mediator s work also includes clarify misunderstandings getting to the heart of the matter exploring solutions and finally reaching agreement Mediators must listen deeply A mediation session usually begins around a table in a confidential setting most often a conference room Only the persons involved and their attorneys if they want are present Usually refreshments are available all day as well as lunch if the mediation takes most of the day It is informal Everyone may ask for a break when necessary Get up Go outside Walk Think There is a structure to mediation sort of an unfolding of the story from both sides The mediator creates an environment where everyone can do their best negotiation job and guides the discussion so everyone has a chance to participate and to ask questions express sorrow and release anger respectfully if they want In order to be of most help the mediator will often spend private time with one person or group and then the other That way the mediator may hear and ask questions that might not come out in a joint meeting but may be necessary to resolve the conflict Information shared in these separate meetings is confidential unless the persons agree to share it As they work with the mediator the people who know the most about the situation make the decisions solve their own problems and resolve conflict as promptly as possible The mediation process promotes looking at options and improved communications Both facts and feelings are considered Mediation is voluntary and may be terminated by persons involved or the mediator When a conflict is already in court the people involved may be ordered to participate in mediation but an agreement is voluntary About 98 of all conflict that arrives in court will be settled before trial and many cases will settle before ever getting to court While some conflicts require a judge using a mediator for conflicts that involve automobile accidents negligence divorce and family elder care employment business homeownership or rental

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  • Alabama ADR News » Friday, October 30th, 2015
    2009 1 February 2009 1 October 2008 1 September 2008 1 Mediators get to the heart of the matter faster with less cost OANow com Oct 15 2015 Conflict in life is a given The majority of the time we do not set out to hurt or injure another person We have a bad day We are tired We have an accident We make decisions that affect others How good it is to have a mediator a trained conflict resolution specialist to help you talk it out with the other people involved To get to the heart of the matter to turn what might have been sad an economic loss anger a tragedy to something of value to something positive And to do it quickly not years later Read more at http alabamaadr org web media articles 151015 OANow Mediators php Tags experiences Mediation Mediation Week Category Mediation Mediators Posted on October 30th 2015 Mediators see advantage in bypassing court action Dothan Alabama Mediators see advantage in bypassing court action Dothan Eagle Oct 2015 A mediator can provide a cost effective and quick way to resolve commercial and domestic disputes including divorces Holly Sawyer a Dothan attorney said a mediator is most commonly used in civil cases involving business disputes and divorce cases along with family disputes such as child custody and child support Read the story at http www dothaneagle com news local mediators see advantage in bypassing court action article aca59f92 7137 11e5 82e3 4fd52166a71a html Tags Mediation Category Mediation Posted on October 30th 2015 Practical Tips from Top Mediators Governor Robert Bentley signs proclamation for Mediation Week 2015 with attorneys Elyce Morris Bill Coleman Judy Keegan and Hon Scott Donaldson Did you miss our webcast Practical Tips from Top Mediators As part of the Mediation Week activities

    Original URL path: http://alabamaadr.org/blog/2015/10/30/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Alabama ADR News » Sunday, July 12th, 2015
    5 October 2012 2 September 2012 1 August 2012 1 July 2012 1 June 2012 3 May 2012 2 March 2012 2 January 2012 2 December 2011 2 November 2011 3 October 2011 4 August 2011 4 July 2011 3 June 2011 2 March 2011 7 December 2010 5 August 2010 5 April 2010 2 March 2010 1 February 2010 2 December 2009 3 October 2009 1 September 2009 1 August 2009 2 July 2009 2 April 2009 1 February 2009 1 October 2008 1 September 2008 1 New Ethics Opinions Issued ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Committee on Mediator Ethical Guidance SODR 2015 1 Addresses whether it is appropriate for a mediator to advertise that he mediated the largest settlement in the history of the county Authority referenced is Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators Standards II V and VII 2005 Read the full opinion and analysis here pdf SODR 2015 2 Addresses whether a mediator must disclose to prospective parties that she has conducted a number of previous mediations for one of the parties or its attorney and what needs to be disclosed Authority referenced is Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators Standards III and V 2005 Read the full opinion and analysis here pdf SODR 2015 3 Addresses whether it is appropriate for a mediator to accept a referral fee from an attorney to whom the mediator referred a party after the case involving that party was unsuccessfully mediated by the mediator Authority referenced is Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators 2005 Standards II III V VIII Read the full opinion and analysis here pdf Tags Ethics Category ADR e Neutral Mediation Posted on July 12th 2015 Find by Tag Alabama Roster Applications Appellate Appellate Mediation Arbitration Awards case management Conflict Resolution Elder Environmental Conflict Resolution Ethics

    Original URL path: http://alabamaadr.org/blog/2015/07/12/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Alabama ADR News » Friday, July 24th, 2015
    3rd Quarter newsletter has been sent to our email recipients list and is also available Online at alabamaadr org email 1507 NAN Newsletter html PDF at alabamaadr org web media newsletters 1507b NAN Newsletter for PDF pdf Category ADR Posted on July 24th 2015 A movie with a mediation and an arbitration Woman in Gold That would be Woman in Gold Starring Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds The movie looks at a family portrait seized by Nazis and a lawsuit to recover same http www imdb com title tt2404425 The artwork is now in the Neue Galerie in New York http www neuegalerie org exhibitions 39 in a special exhibit Gustav Klimt and Adele Bloch Bauer The Woman in Gold Although the exhibition is only on view through September 7 2015 the painting Portrait of Adele Bloch Bauer I by Gustav Klimt is on permanent view at the Neue Galerie Tags Arbitration Mediation Category Arbitration Mediation Videos Posted on July 24th 2015 George Kohlrieser A hostage negotiator teaches leadership through bonding George Kohlrieser George Kohlrieser is a terrific negotiator Watch this TEDX presentation This talk was given at a local TEDx event produced independently of the TED Conferences When someone has a gun to the head of another person and wishes to do them harm how can a negotiator talk them down Learn directly from the man who has done it professionally The answer is to become a Leader by bonding with the other individual no matter how difficult they might be The same techniques can be applied to negotiations in the boardroom or with any other person who presents a difficult challenge View at http www georgekohlrieser com Category ADR Training Conflict Resolution Negotiation Posted on July 24th 2015 13th Annual Advanced Mediation Advocacy Skills Institute Hyatt Regency Atlanta

    Original URL path: http://alabamaadr.org/blog/2015/07/24/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Alabama ADR News » Tuesday, May 5th, 2015
    2 March 2010 1 February 2010 2 December 2009 3 October 2009 1 September 2009 1 August 2009 2 July 2009 2 April 2009 1 February 2009 1 October 2008 1 September 2008 1 Reminder June 12th 9th Annual ABA Advanced Training Arbitration Institute June 12 13 2015 Chicago American Bar Association 321 N Clark St Fl 14 Chicago IL 60654 7598 This two day training will be presented by a panel of nationally recognized arbitrators and arbitration advocates Let the panel of experts walk you through the arbitration process from start to finish This limited capacity training will provide you with a unique learning environment and industry contacts you will sustain throughout your career Friday Sessions Overview Sources of Arbitral Authority and Administered Programs The Role of the Arbitrator and the Disclosure Requirement Economical and Efficient Arbitration Recent Developments in International Arbitration Lunch Managing Discovery Managing the Parties and Their Lawyers Preparing for the Hearing Saturday Sessions Hearing and Managing the Evidence An Approach to Award Writing Award Essentials and Formats Developing a Personal Career Plan Lunch Award Writing Practicum Interim Awards and Partial Final Awards Remedies Post Award Process Who Should Attend Those planning a career move to arbitration Litigators wanting to better utilize arbitration and gain insights into how arbitrators approach their task Experienced arbitrators wanting to better understand recent developments and trends in arbitration In house counsel including those who manage disputes interested in learning the nuts and bolts of arbitration Why Should You Attend Access new ideas in arbitration Acquire innovative strategies to build and market your practice Advance your own skills knowledge and practice techniques Discuss current trends and practices Connect with nationally recognized arbitration experts and develop new business contacts Enhance your credibility as a thought leader in the industry http shop americanbar

    Original URL path: http://alabamaadr.org/blog/2015/05/05/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Alabama ADR News » Thursday, May 7th, 2015
    2 March 2012 2 January 2012 2 December 2011 2 November 2011 3 October 2011 4 August 2011 4 July 2011 3 June 2011 2 March 2011 7 December 2010 5 August 2010 5 April 2010 2 March 2010 1 February 2010 2 December 2009 3 October 2009 1 September 2009 1 August 2009 2 July 2009 2 April 2009 1 February 2009 1 October 2008 1 September 2008 1 Consumer Complaints Against Mediators and Arbitrators For Ethical Violations Any individual who believes a mediator or arbitrator the neutral has violated one or more Standards of the Alabama Code of Ethics for Mediators or one or more Canons of the Alabama Code of Ethics for Arbitrators may file a complaint with the Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution The complaint must be in writing under oath on the form provided by the Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution The complaint must state with particularity the facts that form the basis of the complaint We have posted the Alabama Supreme Court Commission on Dispute Resolution procedures and the Complaint form on the website Read more at http alabamaadr org web publicinfo complaints Category Arbitration Mediation Posted on May 7th 2015 Find by Tag

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