International Commercial Mediation is a practical guidebook that explains how to handle and complete a mediation, as well as how to personally market the skills developed as a mediator. The book provides examples, supplies forms, and explains procedures of actual working mediations which can be used to adapt to individual needs. It also deals with advanced practitioner issues and the emerging law on international mediation.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Mediation from an Historic Perspective Chapter 2. The Development of Commercial Mediation in the United Kingdom Chapter 3. New Developments in Mediation Chapter 4. Mediation Processing Chapter 5. The Initial Meeting Chapter 6. Mediation Commencement Issues Chapter 7. Finding The Truth Chapter 8. Mediation Styles Chapter 9. Commercial Mediation Techniques Chapter 10. Procedures, Proceedings and Checklists Chapter 11. Reaching Agreement Chapter 12 Mediator Ethics Chapter 13. General Forms and Agreements Chapter 14. Legal Issues in Mediation Chapter 15. Additional Mediation Forms and Agreements
Dr Cyril Chern is a barrister practising at Crown Office Chambers. He has practised since 1972 specifically in the areas of engineering and construction disputes in the UK, the EU and internationally. He has over thirty-five years’ experience in arbitration, mediation and adjudication and has mediated over 300 complex international commercial and construction disputes in over 20 countries worldwide located in North and South America, Europe, the Middle East, and China.